We are suspending our Energy Assessment program through the end of March. This is to protect both you and our energy analysts, since we cannot guarantee six-foot distancing nor the health/safety environment within each building. On March 31, we will re-evaluate this policy and make a decision for the program going forward.
Remote energy advising, by phone and email, continues. You may schedule an appointment with our energy advisors and we will walk you through your energy-saving options and co-create a personalized plan that maximizes the impact for your space. This expert advice is free in the Roaring Fork Valley! Sign up here.
CORE’s rebate program will also continue during this period, with some changes:
- CORE will temporarily lift the assessment requirement to receive rebates for certain projects. These include water heating, space heating and solar projects. You will still be required to have an energy advising session to receive a rebate. Some exceptions may apply for commercial projects.
- Rebates for air-sealing and insulation projects will be on hold until our energy assessment program resumes. This is because before-and-after assessments determine the energy impact of the work.
- For projects that do not require an energy assessment, there is no change in our rebate policy. These projects include: LED lighting and controls, such as thermostats and heat tape.