Denver Metro Regional Office: Denver

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How to get Free Energy efficiency benefits


Fill Out Application

An application and required documentation must be completed and submitted for approval.


Or the Colorado Energy Office has created an online application that you can access here: Colorado Energy Office Weatherization Program Application


Energy Assesment

We will contact you to schedule an appointment. Once your application is approved you will be put on a waitlist, which varies for each region. ERC will contact you when your name is reached on the waitlist to schedule an appointment for the on-site energy assessment at your home.

ERC auditors take the data collected at your home and calculate costs versus benefits and implement the highest-impact measures.


Findings from Energy Assessment

After the energy assessment, the ERC auditor discusses the scope of work to be completed based on the energy assessment results.


Completion of Work

Our ERC field technicians complete the work in your home based on the findings from the energy assessment.


Final Inspection

The final project inspection is completed by an ERC Quality Control Inspector, where final education and client sign-off take place.

Additional Resources

Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) –
If you are experiencing a heating emergency and receive LEAP benefits please call the Crisis Intervention Program at – 1-866-432-8435

Colorado Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) –
If you need assistance with paying your utilities please call LEAP at 1-866-432-8435 

Energy Outreach Colorado –
EOC also assists with utility bill payments and has other programs that may benefit you if you are over the income qualifications for the Weatherization Assistance Program. You can reach them at 303-825-8750 

Denver Climate Action Sustainability and Resilience office (CASR)


Our Loveland office has moved! If you are in the Weld, Boulder, Larimer country service area please contact our Sterling office at 970-463-7020 or email