EnergySmart is Boulder County’s one-stop-shop service to help residents make their homes more comfortable, affordable, and environmental friendly which is great for both people and the planet. EnergySmart was started in 2011 with funding from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. Since then EnergySmart has engaged over 17,000 homes in Boulder County, been replicated across the country, stimulated over $31M dollars in local investment, and reduced almost 14,ooo metric tons of CO2e annually. As new technologies come into the market place and science changes the way we operate in our home, EnergySmart has evolved through adding additional arms of service. One thing has remained the same; EnergySmart makes it easy to be the change you want to see in the world. EnergySmart is managed by Boulder County’s Sustainability office and implemented by CLEAResult.

Boulder County Sustainability Office

The Boulder County Commissioners believe that by prioritizing environmental sustainability, we can achieve higher economic vitality in our communities, ensure cleaner air and water for the well-being and public health of residents, and combat major environmental issues, such as climate change. The Sustainability Office ensures Boulder County’s operations, decision-making, and services reflect our commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability and builds partnerships to help make the broader community more sustainable. To learn more about other services and partnerships, visit the Boulder County Sustainability website.


Dave Hatchimonji

EnergySmart Program Manager
Dave manages the residential EnergySmart service which includes designing and monitoring incentives and service pathways, reporting, and meeting environmental impact goals. Dave also serves as liaison to Xcel Energy and the Public Utilities Commission on energy efficiency issues and assists in the administration of EnergySmart’s Home Energy Loan. He also serves as a board member to EnergySmart Colorado, a statewide program, and supports mountain towns in reaching sustainability goals. He began his tenure with Boulder County at Longs Peak Energy Conservation prior to coming to the Sustainability Office.

Tyler Kesler

EnergySmart Marketing and Outreach Support

Tyler supports the EnergySmart program’s marketing and outreach as well as EnergySmartYES website development. Tyler also manages Boulder County’s residential water conservation offerings and county facilities water efficiency programs. He serves as a board member for Colorado WaterWise, a statewide program, and prior to his tenure in the Sustainability Office served in the United States Peace Corps and was the Water Programs Manager at Resource Central. Tyler received his MS in Environmental Policy & Management from the University of Denver.

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