Several Energy Smart Colorado partners collaborate with Energy Outreach Colorado’s Colorado Affordable Residential Energy (CARE) program to assist income-qualified residents in improving the comfort, safety and efficiency of their home.
This program provides the following, free of charge, for qualifying residents:
Owners & Renters Are Eligible
Programs are available to both renters or homeowners in single family homes, mobile homes, apartments, condos, townhomes, or duplexes. Renters who receive and pay the utility bills for the residence are eligible, but must first receive signed permission from their landlord. Download form here »
To apply, choose from any of the following options:
Call your local Energy Smart Colorado partner.
Click here to complete an online application »
Make sure to check the box on page 3 indicating that you may be income-qualified.
Download an application:
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Print, complete, include income documentation and mail to CARE at Energy Outreach Colorado, 225 E 16th Ave Ste 200 Denver, Colorado 80203
In partnership with local agencies and the United States Department of Energy (DOE), the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) offers a free Weatherization Program to Colorado’s low-income residents, giving them the opportunity to access cost-effective energy efficiency services.
In addition, the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is a federally funded program that helps pay a portion of winter home heating costs for eligible Colorado families, seniors and individuals. Applications are open from November 1 through April 30.
Call 1-855-4-MY-HEAT (1-855-469-4328) to learn about programs that can provide assistance in an emergency situation.
Call 1-866-Heat-Help (1-866-432-8435) to identify other programs that could be available to you.