Home energy efficiency assessments are available through Efficiency Works.
Loveland Water and Power customers can receive an energy efficiency assessment for $60 (a $400 value!).
To be eligible for a home energy efficiency assessment, you must:
Be a residential electric customer of Loveland Water and Power.
Occupy a single-family detached home or an attached townhouse that is more than one year old. (New and Multi-family homes are not eligible.)
Have a home efficiency audit completed on your home prior to making improvements and qualifying for rebates.
Home efficiency audits include:
Whole-house visual inspection.
Blower door test.
Infrared camera scan.
FREE installation of energy and water saving products include CFLs, LEDs, faucet aerators, low flow shower heads, and more.
Following the completion of a home energy efficiency assessment, customers are eligible for rebates on the following upgrades:
- Air conditioners
- Air sealing
From December to May, Loveland Water and Power customers can also participate in a free home efficiency assessment through Larimer County Conservation Corps. Even though the assessment period for 2019 is over, customers can still sign up for the 2019/2020 waiting list.
Eager to make your home more efficient and save money, but not sure how? Understanding your energy use is the first step towards making your home more energy efficient.
How It WorksThe Home Energy Report provides personalized information about your energy use and smart ways to make your home more energy efficient. Each report includes:
- Information on your home’s energy use: View your home’s energy use in the context of the energy use of your neighbors’ homes that are nearby and similar in size.
- Progress tracking: You’ll also see how your home’s energy use changes over time and across seasons.
- Ideas on energy efficiency: On each report, you will find ways to save energy, including information on the rebates and other special programs LWP offers.
Who are my neighbors?
Find out if you're using more or less energy than other homes like yours in your area based on:
- Home size
- Home type (single-family, apartment, condo)
- Heating source (natural gas or electric)
Note: vacant homes are not included.
Who sees my comparison?
The comparison is compiled anonymously and not shared with anyone else—only you will know how your use compares to similar homes. LWP staff does not review individual reports unless otherwise requested and approved from the customer.
Why is LWP sending the Home Energy Report?
Our customers have asked LWP to provide energy efficiency programs and detailed information on their energy use.
The program started as a pilot in 2011 in response to the Loveland City Council receiving hundreds of letters from the community asking for more energy efficiency programs from the utility.
Beginning April 2015, all eligible Loveland residential customers began receiving the reports.
Get More From Your Home Energy ReportCreate an account on My Web Portal -
- Update your household information: Your Home Energy Report is tailored especially for you, get better suggestions by updating your home’s stats.
- Go paperless: Sign-up for email reports and receive your Home Energy Report monthly.
- Learn when you use the most: Find out how your usage changes throughout the year, and how it compares to similar homes and weather.
- Find more money-saving tips: Search our tip library, save them to your tip plan and set personal goals.
Hear What Other Loveland Residents Have To Say About the Reports!
Phone: (970) 962-2111
Test how efficient appliances and electronics in your home really are. The watt reader is a handy device that allows you to individually monitor the electric use and assist in identifying the high energy users.
Thanks to a collaborative effort between the Loveland Public Library and Loveland Water and Power, residents can check out watt readers to take home. The Library currently has five Watt Reader Kits available for customer use.
The Watt Reader Kits include a Kill-A-Watt power meter with instructions and an Energy Guide booklet with information about electricity usage and helpful tips to further reduce energy consumption.
How it works
Unfortunately, Loveland Water and Power does not offer any rebates for the purchase of electric and hybrid electric vehicles. However, instant rebates are available on select EV chargers through the Efficiency Works Store.
The City of Loveland has three operational charging stations around the city that are available for public use. All of these charging stations are equipped with level 2 chargers and cost $1 per hour of charge. More information about EV's as well as additional resources about charging stations can be found here.
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