What to Know for Home Energy Audits


Colorado Springs Utilities: http://www.csu.org/residential/customer/energy/item6126.html (rebates, info and home energy profile tool)

GEO: www.rechargecolorado.com (rebates, info and home energy profile tool)

EPA: www.energysavers.gov, www.energystar.com (rebates, home energy yardstick, and kids? page)

UCCS Students: www.energyservicecorps.org/colorado (assessments, low-cost retrofits)

Conservation Hardware Project Smart Light: www.ConservationHardware.org (info, low-cost retrofits)


Want to do more?

Student Energy Ambassadors with Take Charge! are looking to create change in the way Colorado residents think about and use energy, and get students thinking about ?green? sector careers. Students receive training and then reach out to adults and other students through presentations, social events and door-to-door canvassing. Groundwork Colorado is looking for teachers, local industry, student groups, adult volunteers and others interested in supporting these efforts. Questions? Contact Stephanie Fry, Project Manager, at 303-455-5600 or at stephanie@groundworkdenver.org.


Contact information from January Lunch-N-Learn panel discussion members:


Professional Auditors - 

         Tim Schnickler tschnicker@proenergyconsultants.com

         Jim Riggins info@enersmartenergy.com


Self-proclaimed unbiased energy geek - Cathy C. verticalcc@yahoo.com


Colorado Springs Utilities - (rebates, on-line tracking systems, low-interest energy retrofit loans) Doug Bursnall dbursnall@csu.org


Non-profits -  

         CoPIRG Kristin Hayden hayden.kristen707@gmail.com UCCS students (not certified) who will do a free assessment and basic retrofits.

         Groundwork Colorado?s ?Take Charge!? Program Stephanie@groundworkdenver.org education presentations and looking for student ambassadors.


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