Efficiency Works™ provides ways to help you save energy, water, money and improve your home environment.
Efficiency Audits and Rebates
Efficiency Works™ offers rebates that can help you increase your home’s efficiency and save energy and money. Your efficiency advisor can help you schedule a home efficiency audit, and help with rebates and finding a qualified contractor to perform your home improvements.
Click here to connect with an efficiency adviser and find out more about home efficiency audits and home improvement rebates!
Efficient Lighting and Controls
Save money and time by replacing old incandescent (and yes, even CFL) bulbs with more efficient light emitting diode (LED) bulbs. ENERGY STAR® rated LEDs are sold at your local hardware, do-it-yourself, discount, and lighting design stores located in Fort Collins, Longmont, and Loveland, Colorado. The Efficiency Works program offers in-store instant rebates on specialty LED bulbs that are Energy Star certified. Click here for a list of participating retailers. Discounted bulbs and controls vary from store to store.
To maximize your savings, use controls (i.e. a dimmer switch or occupancy sensor) with your newly installed LEDs. Efficiency Works offers in-store instant rebates for qualified lighting controls too.
Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling
That old refrigerator or freezer in the garage may be costing you more than you think. So, why not get paid to save energy? Efficiency Works, along with our municipal partners, offer FREE refrigerator and freezer recycling and on top of that we’ll give you a $35 rebate.
For more information, or to schedule a pick up, click on your electric utility’s link below:
Note: Appliance removal and recycling must be coordinated through Efficiency Works, Fort Collins Utilities, or Loveland Water and Power in order to receive a rebate. Efficiency Works partners with ARCA Recycling to ensure recycling complies with federal, state, and local regulations. Water lines must be removed before pick up.
Northern Colorado ENERGY STAR® Homes
New homes certified as ENERGY STAR use 15 to 30 percent less energy, are more comfortable with energy-saving components third-party inspected and properly designed and commissioned. NoCoEnergyStarHomes.org