I’m interested in energy efficiency upgrades for my Building

Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program

Energy costs in multifamily housing are often a barrier to keeping unit costs low and affordable. The Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program is a resource for affordable housing energy-related issues. The program helps fund energy efficiency improvements including new insulation, high-efficiency water heaters and pumps, and efficient light fixtures.


EOC will help Colorado property owners:

  • Conduct an energy audit
  • Navigate the process of securing rebates and funding
  • Work with contractors throughout the project
  • Funding is provided by partnerships with the Colorado Energy Office, Atmos Energy, Black Hills Energy, Colorado Natural Gas, Platte River Power Authority, Xcel Energy, the City and County of Denver, and the City of Boulder.
  • To qualify for the program the building’s residents must be income-qualified, typically 66% of the units at/or below 80% of Area Median Income (AMI). 

The savings can provide lower operating costs that will keep properties affordable for residents.

Over the last decade, EOC has partnered with Kavod Senior Life to help manage and fund boiler upgrades, common area lighting upgrades, and most recently, in-unit lighting upgrades.  Read More

Outdoor signage for Kavod Senior Life in Cherry Creek

Is Your Property Eligible?

Email the Multifamily Team to learn more!

Interested in Becoming a Contractor?

We are always looking for contractors to partner with to help us do this work.

If interested, you can:

A contractor works with EOC staff to review work on building

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