Multifamily Affordable Housing Weatherization & Rebate Programs

We have two programs for affordable housing weatherization. To easily find out which is the best fit for your property, complete our intake survey.

The programs have different funding sources and requirements; however, the services are similar.  The services provided by both programs are:

  • Project management
  • Energy audits
  • Management of contractor quotes
  • Navigation of rebates and funding sources
  • Energy conservation education
  • Equipment replacement (lighting, insulation, HVAC, low-flow fixtures, etc.)
 

Multifamily Weatherization Assistance Program

Funding for this program is provided by the Department of Energy and/or LEAP.

Application is always open.  Selection is based on income qualification, age of heating system, cost of heating the building, and potential for savings.

Program Cycle runs from July 1-June 30.

 

Qualifications

  • Your building has 2 or more units
  • Your building has a central heating system, or the units are individually heated
  • 67% of your building population is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level or 60% AMI

Become a Contractor

We are always looking for contractors to partner with to help us do this work. If you’re interested, review the list of current RFPs and let us know.

 

Program Contacts

Valerie Rick
Weatherization Program Manager
(303) 226-5069

 

 

Affordable Housing Rebate Program

Funding for this program is provided through the Denver Office of Nonprofit Engagement and Colorado utility companies including Black Hills Energy, Platte River Power Authority, Xcel Energy, Atmos Energy, and Colorado Natural Gas.

 

Qualifications

  • Your building has 2 or more units
  • 66% of your building population is at or below 80% of area median income
  • Your property is served by a participating utility (Black Hills Energy, Platte River Power Authority, Xcel Energy, Atmos Energy, Colorado Natural Gas)

 

Program Contacts

Max Kaye
Multifamily Program Manager
(303) 226-5068

"With the Coronavirus crisis, we have waived a portion of the rent for residents through June. This wouldn’t have been possible without the help we received from EOC.”
David K.
Project Manager