CORE will now fund 50% of project costs up to $50,000 for multifamily properties for energy efficiency projects started this year. These projects must be on our Path to Zero and will cut carbon emissions, lower utility bills, and make your space more comfortable. Whether you are a property manager looking for funding for building improvements or a part of the homeowners association that is interested in energy upgrades for the whole building, CORE is here to help.
It starts with a commercial walkthrough from Mike Bouchet, CORE’s Commercial Program Manager. He will look at common areas and the building as a whole to determine the most impactful energy improvements for the space.
Here is a list of some big projects that could benefit the whole building’s energy usage and would apply to this funding.
Renters or owners can get involved too! If you are a resident interested in a project for your whole building, put us in touch with your HOA and we are happy to connect.
As a renter or owner, if you qualify for CORE’s Income Qualified program, you can get a free assessment and double rebates. See if you qualify here.
This funding exists on a first-come, first-served basis, for work done to the building or common spaces, and must be invoiced before 2023. Sign up below to get started today!
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Get funding for 50% of project costs, up to $50,000 for multifamily properties to make energy efficiency improvements to the whole building or common spaces.
Brittany studied Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont where she discovered her passion for sustainability, conservation, and energy efficiency. During college, her love for travel brought her to Costa Rica and Spain where she gained an international perspective on environmental issues. After graduation, she wanted to find bigger mountains and explore the west, so she moved to Aspen to become a snowboard instructor for what she thought would be one winter. The outdoorsy, adventurous lifestyle sucked her in as she continues to enjoy life in the Roaring Fork Valley. Some of her favorite activities include snowboarding, hiking, trail running, camping, and paddleboarding. She has worked for nonprofits since 2016 and strives to have a positive impact on the community through CORE.