- Energy Audits
- Blower Door & Duct Leakage Tests
- Drone Services
- Manual JDS/RESCheck/COMCheck
- Certification Training
WE'RE CONSTANTLY ASKED BY COLORADO HOMEOWNERS ABOUT INCENTIVE PROGRAMS FOR HOME ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS.
Some energy efficiency incentives are paid out by local utility companies. For example, Xcel Energy currently offers homeowners:
Up to $200 rebate on Standard Home Energy Audits with Blower Door Testing and Infrared
Usually these incentives require you to work with a qualified participating contractor like e3 Power. To make this easy on homeowners, e3 Power does a direct assignment of rebate. All the homeowner needs to do is sign a form and Xcel sends us the money directly. The $200 never comes out of your pocket!
Several billions of dollars have been set aside for energy efficiency in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or ARRA. (You can see the full breakdown on the Department of Energy's website.) At any given moment, though, the number and types of home energy efficiency programs and incentives by state, utility, and local levels are in flux.
If you’re looking for Colorado rebates for insulation, heat pumps, mini-splits, and other energy-efficiency related upgrades, we suggest you pay a visit to the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE) for the most up-to-date information available on the types of energy-efficient programs in your area.
For federal incentives and rebates for energy efficiency, the authoritative source is Energy Star's Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency page. The Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) is another good source of information about federal tax credits, as is EnergyTaxIncentives.org.