Business Efficiency Rebates and Solutions#
When you use water and energy more efficiently, it's good for your business and our community. Discover ways to save with an array of programs designed to help businesses like yours reduce energy and water use.
Fort Collins Utilities and Efficiency Works Business are offering 50% bonus rebates for efficiency upgrades listed below.
- Qualifying rebate categories: lighting, food service, grocery, office and appliance, building envelope, cooling, VFDs and water
- Bonus does NOT apply to custom upgrades, new construction or major renovation lighting or envelope projects, or building tune-up incentives
- Efficiency projects started after April 15, 2023 are eligible based on a rebate pre-approval date or the date listed on the contract (invoice) if the project did not require preapproval
- Upgrades must be completed and submitted for payment on or before November 15, 2023
- All standard incentive requirements and maximums apply to projects eligible for the bonus incentive
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates Now Available
Considering an EV charging station at your business or commercial property? Rebates are now available to help offset installation costs for Level 2 charging stations at businesses and multifamily housing properties.
All charging infrastructure incentives require pre-approval through Efficiency Works before upgrades begin. Incentives are available to commercial electric customers of Estes Park Power and Communications, Fort Collins Utilities, Longmont Power & Communications or Loveland Water and Power.
Fort Collins Utilities and Efficiency Works offer rebates on almost anything that uses electricity or water. Check out the available rebates below.
Save your business water and money with rebates and incentives.
Check out our variety of incentives to encourage energy efficiency.
Create a tailored plan that saves money and enhances performance for food service, grocery stores and offices.
Multifamily Housing Rebates
Take advantage of energy-saving rebates and opportunities for multifamily buildings.
Be a Leader in Efficiency#
Get a Facility Assessment
A free whole-facility energy and water assessment to help you understand and manage your utility costs.
Building Energy and Water Scoring
Energy/water scoring and benchmarking can provide ways to manage business expenses.
Water Efficiency Programs#
Xeriscape Incentive Program (XIP)
Save water outdoors with XIP for HOAs and commercial water customers.
Allotment Management Program (AMP)
AMP provides eligible Utilities water customers with a temporary waiver from their Excess Water Use surcharges.
See what resources are available to help businesses and HOAs irrigate more efficiently.
From purchasing clean, renewable energy to generating electricity on-site, Utilities gives customers options to be more sustainable.
Optimize Your Building's Equipment
Building Retro-Commissioning, offered jointly with Efficiency Works, can help optimize and enhance your current building's HVAC systems.
Integrated Design Assistance Program (IDAP)
Design efficiency into your new building with IDAP.
Load management is the act of controlling your facility's demand or rate of energy use.
Efficiency Works is Fort Collins Utilities’ approach to support energy and water efficiency for local businesses. A partnership with Platte River Power Authority and its owner municipalities, Efficiency Works houses all services and incentives, making it easier than ever for local businesses to save money and reduce their use.
Get started today with a free facility assessment and learn how you can plan for your next project.
Fort Collins Utilities is one of more than 60 public power utilities that received the Smart Energy Provider designation, for our commitment to and proficiency in energy efficiency, distributed generation, renewable energy and environmental initiatives.
Did You Know?
Using a microwave oven for warming, reheating or cooking food uses less energy than an electric oven.
Pre-cooling your home before 2 p.m. during the summer and coasting through the on-peak hours can save money on your utility bill.
You can monitor your energy and water use with our online portals.