Colorado Energy Efficiency Incentives

EEBC advocates for energy efficiency rebates on products and services for homeowners and businesses. For the latest information, visit the rebate site for your utility below. 2017 legislation (HB17-1227) enabled the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to establish multi-year energy savings goals for the state’s investor-owned electric utilities. These goals serve as the state’s Energy Efficiency Resource Standard and require large utilities in the state to create demand-side management programs that fund incentives for energy efficiency. The original legislation, passed in 2007 as HB1037, created over 40,000 jobs and resulted in more than $1 billion in economic revenue for the state.  

What utility energy efficiency programs are available to me?

Find your utility below to see rebates and incentives.


Xcel Energy offers REBATES to homeowners and businesses under various energy efficiency initiatives for existing buildings and new construction. See also Xcel Energy Residential Rebates and Programs

Business- Among the incentives available are energy reduction tools such as the Business Energy Advisor, incentives for commercial refrigeration efficiency, compressed air efficiency, computer efficiency, cooling and heating efficiency, custom efficiency programs, lighting efficiency, and motor and drive efficiency. Financing programs are offered. For more details and the latest updates, visit Xcel's Business Programs and Rebates.


Offers residential rebates and programs or enter your zip code.

Business- Among the incentives available are a gas custom and prescriptive rebates, gas commercial new construction, and other electric incentives for lighting, heating and cooling, and more. For more details, visit Commercial and Industrial Rebates and their Small Business Direct Install Lighting. You can design your own energy efficiency plan or use their custom program to get 50% incremental cost on chillers, HVAC systems and more.


Offers efficiency rebates, including rebates on lighting and windows. CSU also offers Business Rebates.

PLATTE RIVER POWER (Includes Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland utilities united under one program)

Offers rebates through its Efficiency Works program. Fort Collins offers energy design assistance rebates for commercial buildings.

LA PLATA (Southern Colorado)

Offers rebates for residential and commercial efficiency.

HOLY CROSS - Offers residential and commercial rebates for energy efficiency.

SourceGas - Was recently purchased by Black Hills Energy. 

For more information on all Colorado rebates and utilities, visit the Database for State Incentives for Efficiency and Renewables.

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