EOC: Leveraging Partnerships to Protect the Economic Well-Being of all Coloradans
We are the only statewide non-profit to raise funds that support low-income Coloradans to afford home energy and remain safe at home.
EOC assists Colorado residents with energy bills, furnace repairs, 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 limited-income communities save money by reducing their energy usage.
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Request For Proposals
Energy Outreach Colorado is seeking a qualified vendor to oversee the migration of our existing website, to a new content management system and to design and implement a web application for verifying income of participants. READ MORE
Solar Success: How the IRA Will Help Community Solar Gardens Power Affordable Housing
Enterprise Community Blog | Vesna Jaksic LoweIn California, solar panels have sprouted from the terracotta rooftops of senior apartments. In the District of Columbia, a reservoir-based community solar project will provide free energy...Read More
Energy Outreach Colorado receives funding support from Namaste Solar campaign
Energy Outreach Colorado received significant proceeds raised by Namaste Solar’s Keep the Lights on Colorado campaign. The annual October effort brought together 14 corporate sponsors and 66 individual donors raising...Read More
Energy Outreach Colorado receives Green Hope Award from Mercy Housing Mountain Plains
Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) has received the 2023 Green Hope Award from Mercy Housing Mountain Plains (MHMP). Max Kaye, Multifamily Senior Program Manager, accepted the award on behalf of EOC...Read More
CO Targets Apartment, Commercial, Industrial Building Climate Pollution
Public News Service | Eric GalatasColorado wants to reduce climate pollution from apartments and commercial buildings 50,000 square feet and larger, but there is growing concern retrofitting buildings could exacerbate...Read More