HELPING COLORADO FAMILIES HAVE SAFER,
MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES.

Congratulations to Energy Resource Center for receiving the 2014 Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance’s “Outstanding Nonprofit” award!
Excellence Award
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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A CO Detector from ERC that saved a life. LEARN MORE
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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
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 Can Help Renters in the San Luis Valley Reduce Utility Bills
You don’t have to own your home in the San Luis Valley to get help permanently reducing your utility bills. The Energy Resource Center can help families make free energy efficiency upgrades to homes they rent as well.
Are Home Energy Improvements Tax Deductible?
It’s tax time. Don’t forget that you can claim a tax credit for energy efficiency improvements you made to your home last year. While most home energy efficiency improvements aren’t tax deductible, you can claim a tax credit, which is even better because it doesn’t just reduce the income you’re taxed on, it reduces the actual taxes you pay.
Are You Flushing Money Down The Toilet? Reduce Your Water Bill
Water infrastructure all over the country is aging, forcing utilities to invest in improvement projects, which means water rates are going up all over. That’s especially true in Colorado, where growing populations are competing for an ever scarcer supply of fresh water.
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