Our Social Impact

Fiscal Year October 2015 - September 2016

19,177 energy bills paid to help struggling Coloradans keep their heat and electricity on.


$8.2 million is the amount of Energy Outreach Colorado funding that was distributed for energy bill payment assistance.


4,372 affordable-housing apartments were weatherized to lower their energy costs and usage and improve health and safety issues.

$10 million is the amount of funding that EOC distributed statewide to weatherize and preserve affordable housing.


1,669 households received free repair or replacement of their non-working home furnace or boiler through the federally-funded Crisis Intervention Program administered by EOC.


38 non-profit facilities were weatherized to lower their energy costs through our Nonprofit Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP).


$2 million is the amount of funding that EOC distributed for NEEP grants.


$253 million has been raised by Energy Outreach since 1989 for affordable energy programs.


220+ energy companies providing natural gas, electricity, propane and wood fuel in Colorado are able to keep costs lower for their customers because EOC heating bill assistance lowers their write-offs.