AROUND TOWN, APRIL 23, 2012

EnergySmart your home and business

Josh Goldberg of The Longmont Channel's Around Town follows EnergySmart representative, Deb Cameron, and EnergySmart advisor, Keith Bickford as they assess a Longmont home and make recommendations for making the home more comfortable and less wasteful. See how they save energy and money in the video here: www.longmontchannel.com/Around-Town-e340.html

BOULDER COUNTY BUSINESS REPORT, MARCH 20, 2012

Boulder allocates funds for EnergySmart

The city of Boulder announced Monday it has allocated $300,000 in Climate Action Plan tax dollars to the EnergySmart program for energy efficiency upgrades for commercial buildings.

city of boulder PRESS RELEASE | MARCH 19, 2012

City of Boulder provides $300,000 in Climate Action Plan funds for EnergySmart commercial rebates

The City of Boulder is providing $300,000 in Climate Action Plan (CAP) funds to enable more Boulder businesses and commercial property owners to make energy efficiency improvements through the EnergySmart program. The rebates will only be available for energy efficiency upgrades to existing commercial buildings in Boulder.

LONGMONT TIMES CALL | FEBRUARY 18, 2012

Longmont residents can learn about utility bill savings

Longmont Power and Communications, the city's electric utility, has invited its customers to a Wednesday night EnergySmart information session to learn about ways they can save money on their utility bills.

The session is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Longmont Public Library, 409 Fourth Ave.

BOULDER COUNTY HOME & GARDEN, JANUARY 17, 2012

It's Good to Be Green

Writer, Carol Brock, gets an EnergySmart assessment in her own home. Read her reactions and see tons of great photos, including an IR image of her dog.

Scroll to page 25 of this online issue: http://issuu.com/brockmedia/docs/bchgwinter2012?mode=window&pageNumber=1

Boulder Weekly, January 6, 2012

Envelope, please

An energy-efficiency program conceived in Boulder just might convert you

Fueled by federal grant dollars and powered by a team of advisors, the EnergySmart program is proving catalytic in the way it helps people take action after receiving an energy audit.

LONGMONT TIMES CALL | JANUARY 6, 2012

Longmont residents can qualify for larger rebates, lower home energy assessment fees through March 31

Boulder County residents and businesses can apply for larger rebates to cover the cost of energy-efficiency upgrades.

Through the EnergySmart program, residents are eligible for tiered rebates up to $1,000 on eligible energy-saving products.

Also through March 31, Longmont Power & Communications customers will pay $50 for in-home energy assessments, which were previously $120.

Boulder COUNTY PRESS RELEASE | January 6, 2012

EnergySmart offering new energy efficiency and solar rebates

Residents and businesses throughout Boulder County are now eligible for a new round of rebates for energy efficiency upgrades. 

THE TOWN OF NEDERLAND WEB ARTICLE | JANUARY 5, 2012

EnergySmart offering new energy efficiency and solar rebates

Residents and businesses throughout Boulder County are now eligible for a new round of rebates for energy efficiency upgrades.

Through the EnergySmart program, each residence is eligible for tiered rebates up to $1,000, depending on project cost and potential energy savings. All rebates are only available to EnergySmart participants. "These are the best EnergySmart rebates we will see in 2012," said Andy Mazal, EnergySmart Residential Program Manager with Populus, LLC. "They'll only decrease from here, so this is really the best deal possible."

DAILY CAMERA, DECEMBER 29, 2011

Boulder landlords spend more than $1M on SmartRegs energy efficiency upgrades

Boulder landlords collectively invested more than $1 million in 2011 to meet the city's new energy efficiency rules, and in the process have shattered the city's goals for the year.

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