Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) leads a network of industry, state, and local partners to Support, Stabilize and Sustain Coloradans to afford their energy needs. In Colorado, 1 in 4 households struggles to meet their basic household energy needs. This energy insecurity can mean reducing or going without food or medicine to pay utility bills, leaving homes at unhealthy temperatures, or even facing disconnection.
Energy Outreach Colorado partners with organizations and caring individuals across the state to protect the economic health and physical well-being of all Coloradans. Our work ensures that everyone can afford and access the energy that powers their homes. By tackling our community’s energy challenges through immediate and long-term relief, households can thrive.
We believe everyone deserves affordable access to the vital resources that power their homes. EOC leads a network of industry, state, and local partners to Support, Stabilize and Sustain Coloradans to afford their energy needs.
All Coloradans can afford their energy needs. When everyone can afford and maintain their home, then they can focus on living, rather than merely surviving.
EOC is active both at the Colorado General Assembly and the Colorado Public Utilities Commission advocating on behalf of low-income energy consumers in the planning and implementation of reasonable and fair energy policies.
Our Commitment To The Future
Energy Outreach Colorado, through its Board of Directors, embraces the importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in everything we do, as in our society as a whole. While EOC has always provided its services equitably to all income-qualified Coloradans who come to us for help, in this time especially we recognize the extraordinary requirements that arise from the difficult years from which we are now just beginning to emerge. We, as a Board and on behalf of the whole EOC family, reaffirm our commitment to provide services to all income-qualified applicants and to advocate on their behalf with the executive, legislative, and regulatory bodies of the State of Colorado. Moreover, we also undertake to expand this commitment to ensure that we proactively seek out opportunities to incorporate both the principles and actions of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion throughout our organization and the extended network of partners and associates who deliver services on our behalf.
Our goal to ensure that all Coloradans can afford the energy they need to power their lives has never changed, and we are working now as we have always done: to continuously improve our commitment to the word “all”.