by Dave Logan
On Monday, April 19, the Colorado Governor's Energy Office (GEO) is launching a website and will begin to offer energy rebates to provide Coloradans the tools they need to save money and begin to permanently jump on board for long-term energy efficient living.
The Colorado energy-efficiency program is a great thing for our state: it is designed to both stimulate our Colorado economy and increase energy efficiencies. Colorado is a leading state in this capacity, so make sure you understand how to take advantage of the rebates. It’s simple: update your appliances and commit to other energy-efficient systems for your home and get tax credits!
We’ve written about this on two previous occasions for consumers, but we want to make sure service professionals and contractors in Colorado understand what needs to be done as well. As a reminder, the Colorado rebates are offered on a first-come, first-served basis until all the funds are exhausted. Contractors and retailers can benefit greatly from these rebates and extend tremendous value to your customers at the same time. Below are a few contractor requirements taken directly from the Colorado Energy Office’s website. Please consult the site for all the details you need to take advantage of Colorado’s energy-efficiency program and benefits.
- Contractors and retailers must complete the appropriate application for all energy rebates.
- Rebates are not retroactive.
- Reservations are required and provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
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