Town of Avon Community Energy Efficiency Program

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$50Upfront cost
  • Valid for any size home
  • A savings of $50 or more



$50Rebate
  • When a homeowner completes a recommended energy improvement
  • Must be completed within six months of the assessment



$100Quick Fixes
  • Receive $100 worth of Quick Fixes FREE at the time of the assessment



FREEEnergy Assessments

$1,000/yearResidential
Rebate
  • Rebate not to exceed 60% of total project costs for any project, when combined with all utility rebates



$2,000/yearCommercial
& Multifamily Building
Rebate
  • Rebate not to exceed 60% of total project costs for any project, when combined with all utility rebates



$2,000/yearLMI Household
Rebate

Projects may include: Ventilation, Heat Pump, Duct Sealing, Heat Pump Water Heater, Heat Tape Timers, Air Sealing, Insulation, Home Radon Mitigation, HVAC Tune-Up, Induction Cooking, LEDs, Lighting Controls, Chillers, EC Motors, Smart Controls, Pool Pumps, Programmable Thermostats, Cellular Shades, Storm Windows, and more.


$1,000Residential
Rebate



$2,000Commercial
& Multifamily Building
Rebate



$2,000LMI Household
Rebate


$3,500/yearResidential
Rebate
  • Rebate not to exceed 60% of total project costs for any project, when combined with all utility rebates



$6,500/yearCommercial
Rebate
  • Rebate not to exceed 60% of total project costs for any project, when combined with all utility rebates



$4,000/yearLMI Household
Rebate

Projects must switch from natural gas or propane to electric and may include: Cold Climate Heat Pump, Heat Pump Water Heater, Induction Cooking, Heat Pump Clothes Dryer, and Electric Fireplace. Energy Storage (Batteries), EV Charging in Multifamily Building lots are also available.


These are in addition to project-specific requirements (which are detailed above).

  • Home Energy Assessment or Business Energy Walkthrough is required prior to a rebate being processed, and preferred prior to implementing upgrades.
  • Must apply for the rebate online within 90 days of the date on the paid invoice.
  • Must provide proof (photos) of the completed project.
  • Provide an electronic version of your invoice(s)/receipt(s), and any applicable spec sheets, which can be uploaded as part of the online application or emailed to your Walking Mountains energy coach.
  • Project costs may include materials and labor costs; no tax or permit expenses are included.
  • Rebates are for existing buildings only.
  • Rebate checks will be distributed within 4-6 weeks of receiving the completed rebate application & providing all required documentation.
  • Colorado state regulation requires proper disposal of mercury-containing lamps (HIDs, all linear and u-bend fluorescents, CFLs, 2- 4-pin CFLs, and circular fluorescent, as an example).
  • Rebates may be assigned to the contractor completing the project, and this credit must be shown on the invoice.
  • Walking Mountains reserves the right to inspect the project after completion.
  • Walking Mountains is not liable or responsible for any act or omission of any party, consumer, or contractor whatsoever. Walking Mountains is not liable for rebates promised to consumers as a result of a contractor misrepresenting the program.
  • Rebates are subject to change and/or discontinue without notice. Funding is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Walking Mountains reserves the right to refuse payment and participation if the consumer or contractor violates program rules and procedures.

Questions? Contact an Energy Coach

*Rebate funds are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Specific rebate details shown above are annual max amounts per household (which may go towards one or more projects until max is reached). All rebate rules listed above apply. Each measure has specific requirements to qualify, please talk with an Energy Coach at Walking Mountains before starting your project.