Together We Power Stability
EOC Tackles Our Community’s Energy Challenges Through Immediate and Long-Term Relief
Energy Outreach Colorado Strives to Protect the Economic Well-Being of all Coloradans and help our community afford its home energy needs
Our statewide non-profit raises funds to support limited-income Coloradans to afford their home’s energy.
EOC assists Colorado residents with energy bills, furnace repairs, solar subscriptions, and energy efficiency upgrades. We work with homeowners, renters, nonprofit facilities, and multifamily properties.
Since our founding in 1989, Energy Outreach Colorado has invested more than $410 million in its programs and helped low-income communities save money by reducing their energy usage.
2023 Statewide Impact
Colorado Avalanche scores an assist on energy bills
Public News Service | by Eric GalatasThe Colorado Avalanche has teamed up with Xcel Energy to generate funds to help people struggling to pay their energy bills this winter. Every time the...Read More
Coloradans struggling to pay monthly utility bills, agencies say
News Pub | by Press RoomNatural gas prices are lower than a year ago, when many Coloradans saw big jumps in their heating bills, but the need for help to...Read More
2023 Partners in Philanthropy winner: Energy Outreach Colorado
Energy Outreach Colorado is a winner in the DBJ's 2023 Partners in Philanthropy awards program.By Denver Business Journal Staff, Denver Business JournalDec 8, 2023Energy Outreach ColoradoTop local executive: Jennifer Gremmert, CEO &...Read More
For Coloradans Facing Energy Insecurity, Affordable Programs Can Mean Keeping the Lights On
National Philanthropic Trust | Aly SemigranFlipping on a light switch. Taking a hot shower in the morning to start your day. Cooking a meal on the stove for your family....Read More
Request For Proposals
Energy Assistance Community Outreach
EOC is seeking nonprofits and exempt organizations with a 501(c)3 status to increase awareness of and enrollment in state and Energy Outreach Colorado energy assistance programs for low and moderate-income Coloradans. Funding for this project is provided by the Energy Assistance System Benefit Charge (EASBC) and Colorado Legislature House Bill 1105. READ MORE