Save energy and save money

Free energy coaching and access to rebates now offered
for businesses and households in Garfield County, Colorado.

Households: Free energy coaching and access to rebates for insulation, heating and cooling systems, whole house fans, water heaters, thermostats, heat tape timers and LED lighting. Get started here.

Businesses: Free building walk-through, plus rebates for lighting, refrigeration, heating, cooling, building controls, insulation, motors, engine block timers and heat tape timers. Get started here.

Carbondale & Glenwood Springs households: Get a comprehensive Energy Smart home assessment, with health and safety testing and quick-fix items, for just $100. Get started here.

FREE ENERGY CONSULTING

  • Learn about your options for saving energy and saving money.
  • Prioritize recommended energy upgrades to get the most bang for your buck.
  • Find local contractors, review bids and get started on your upgrades.
  • Take full advantage of available utility and local rebates.
  • Enjoy a more comfortable home or workplace, and save money on your energy bills.
Sell Smart Buy Smart Energy Smart  

Click here for new information about using the Home Energy Score at time-of-sale. For sellers, buyers, REALTORS® and lenders.


Partners in Energy action plan sets targets
for efficiency, renewable energy in Garfield County

A countywide planning effort to increase energy efficiency and clean energy in Garfield County has set goals for a 20 percent increase in energy efficiency, along with obtaining 35 to 50 percent of electricity used countywide from renewable energy sources, all by 2030.

The Energy Action Plan for Garfield County, published May 5, 2017, was developed by community stakeholders through Xcel Energy’s Partners in Energy in collaboration with Garfield Clean Energy.

Read more about the Energy Action Plan.


Garfield Clean Energy success stories

Built-in energy efficiency pays off for new Garfield County Administration Building in Rifle

Garfield County Aministration Building in Rifle“We had to accomplish several priorities within this single structure,” said Frank Coberly, Garfield County Facilities Director. “We needed more space, we wanted to promote productivity and good health, and we wanted to use new construction techniques and materials for resource conservation and environmental responsibility.” Read the whole story.