From September 1, 2016 through November 15, 2016 Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) and the Energy Efficiency Business Coalition launched the promotion of a limited-time group buy offer to help Denver residents save energy and money when upgrading at home.
This offer is no longer available. We are currently in the process of assessing the outcomes and successes of this offer and will update this webpage soon.
Questions or concerns? Please contact us at: HomeEnergy@denvergov.org.
Denver Energy Challenge (DEC) offers low-interest loans to Denver residents making home energy efficiency improvements. The loans start at 2.75 percent through funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The steps to getting an energy loan:
If this home energy deal isn’t for you, but would like help understanding the best way to save money and energy at home, try the City’s Denver Energy Challenge program. A free and neutral energy advisor will start with a consultation and draft a tailored home energy report highlighting ways to make your home as comfortable and efficient as possible. The advisor can provide a list of vetted contractors, review bids, connect you to low-interest financing options and rebates and more.
To date, over 10,300 Denver homes are saving an average of 23 percent thanks to the city’s energy advising- you can too! For more information, visit the Denver Energy Challenge or call 720-865-5520.
Is your organization a sustainability leader or does it want to be? Do you want to help make Denver an even more sustainable place to live, work, and play in?
Show it by making a commitment to sustainable action on behalf of your organization or signing up for the free Certifiably Green Denver program: