The state has several programs to help individuals who may need help paying their winter energy bills. If you or someone you know is needing help, contact the following:
LEAP – a federally funded program administered by the Department of Human Services – helps with heating costs.
Energy Outreach Colorado - receives state funding to help low-income energy consumers.
Governor’s Energy Office Free Energy Services – provides free energy efficiency upgrades to qualifying households.
For more information and background on the state's efforts go to:
State Funded Energy Efficiency Services For Colorado’s Low-Income Households First Annual Report, Oct. 1, 2007
Executive Order D 026 07 Directing the Colorado Commission on Low-Income Energy Assistance to Coordinate the State’s Low-Income Energy Services
Governor’s Energy Office web site
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