HELPING COLORADO FAMILIES HAVE SAFER,
MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES.

ERC is pleased to announce that we will now be managing the Denver Office, located at 953 Decatur Street serving Denver and Jefferson counties.
Denver Office
ERC serving Denver and Jefferson Counties
Howard Brooks of ERC receives check from Indy GIVES to make more homes efficient.
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Our ERC Super Crew serving the San Luis Valley — Alamosa, Rio Grande, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, and Saguache Counties.
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Judy from Teller County with some of the ERC team that worked on her home.
Judy (Teller County)
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The staff at ERC are my angels!
Bernice
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I cannot say enough about ERC. The difference we feel in our home is amazing. Our house is warmer and our utility bill is lower. Plus, their staff is professional. It was a great experience for our family!
The Smith Family
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The work is beautiful and they were all so friendly! Our house is already so much warmer, which is so nice since we have a 4-month-old baby!
The Mendon Family
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Serving families in El Paso, Denver, Jefferson, Teller, Fremont, Elbert, South Douglas,
Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Saguache and Rio Grande counties.

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ERC Helped Give Away 400 Carbon Monoxide Detectors In 2013
The Energy Resource Center helped to spearhead a Carbon Monoxide Task Force in early 2013 with the goal of increasing education about the poisonous gas and helping get CO detectors into more Pikes Peak Region homes. More than 20 organizations banded together with the ERC. In the task force’s first year, the ERC helped give away 400 carbon monoxide detectors.
Energy Resource Center Now Serving Denver And Jefferson Counties
The Energy Resource Center is now helping households in Denver and Jefferson counties make their homes safer, more comfortable and more affordable to live in. The Colorado Energy Office announced today that it has contracted the Energy Resource Center to provide free energy efficiency home improvements and weatherization services to income-qualified families in Denver and […]
Which 10 States Use the Most Energy per Capita?

Colorado didn’t make the top 10 list of state energy use per capita. You might notice a pattern among the states that have the highest energy use per person. Most are sparsely populated states, many in the West.  Residential energy use is top of mind for most of us who have to pay the bill every month. But industrial facilities frequently use more energy than households. So, states with a lot of industry - and not so many people - can quickly end up with high per capita energy use.

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