Telluride’s The New Community Coalition gets word out on rebate program

Telluride’s The New Community Coalition gets word out on rebate program

The Colorado Governor's Energy Office (GEO) launched a new rebate program on April 20, offering rebates for appliances, energy efficiency improvements, and renewable energy projects.  For information on this program, go to:

Through the Recharge Colorado campaign, the Governor's Energy Office, utilities, cities and counties across the state are partnering to offer money-saving rebates and programs to enable Coloradans to participate in the New Energy Economy. Rebates can be reserved through the Recharge Colorado website beginning April 19 and will be available until the money runs out.

Rebates include:

  • Replacement appliance rebates for clothes washers, refrigerators and dishwashers
  • Home upgrade rebates such as insulation, furnaces and water heaters
  • Solar electric and hot water rebates and wind rebates 

The GEO and its partners are providing roughly $18 million worth of rebates for Colorado with this program. The money is expected to provide approximately 75,000 rebates, including about 16,000 rebates for ENERGY STAR refrigerators, dishwashers and clothes washers.

In the Telluride region, the San Miguel Power Association (SMPA) has partnered with the GEO to provide energy conservation and renewable energy rebates to its members in 2010. Read SMPA's press release at the SMPA website.

Telluride's The New Community Coalition is your local source of information about this program.  If you want further information, please contact TNCC at 728-5208 or

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