October is Energy Action Month, as proclaimed in 2012 by the Council of the City and County of Denver to recognize the importance of assisting residents in reducing energy consumption while also saving money, improving indoor comfort, and air quality. Full story on Denver Post YourHub
How long would it take you to decide on making home energy improvements if you had rooms that were too hot or too cold year after year? Would you continue to pay higher energy bills as a result, and think it was impossible to lower them? Joyce and her family have been in Denver for over 30 years and in their Virginia Village home now for 14.
Built in 1956, her home is 2,265 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 1 ¾ bath.
Molly Meuer is the Homeowner’s Association (HOA) president of Greenwich Village, a Denver HOA with 11 different units spread between two buildings built in 1907. Almost all condo units throughout Denver have an HOA with varying monthly fees to keep the units and common spaces in good condition.
SunRun, a California solar power development company that is big in Colorado’s renewable energy market, has purchased the residential division of REC Solar, which also has operations across the state. FULL STORY
Interested in going solar? Talk with our advisors about differences between owning or leasing so you're informed when you meet with companies.
November 12, 2013, Councilwoman Debbie Ortega's Newsletter
Home Improvements Lower Heating Costs
With cooler temperatures already upon us, I wanted to share my personal experience with the Denver Energy Challenge. This program has one main goal - help you make your home more energy efficient and lower your utility bills.
The Denver Energy Challenge is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) through the U.S. Department of Energy's BetterBuildings Program and administered by the City and County of Denver's Department of Environmental Health.