Rebates and Incentives

Below you can find rebates available for a variety of efficiency measures. Details on rebate dollar amounts, eligibility, and other rules can be found on the website links for the various programs provided. Lightly Treading provides this information as a resource to our clients and will try to keep our list as up to date as possible. If you have issues with any of our links please let us know.
Xcel Energy Rebates
Residential and commercial rebates available at Xcel. Click here to learn more

Denver Water

Denver Water offers rebates to homeowners in their service territory to install high efficiency fixtures and appliances both inside and outside the home.  Saving water saves energy, and may reduce your utility bills.  Learn more here or call 303-628-6343.

Black Hills Energy

Black Hills Energy provides a variety or rebates as well as a home energy audit program for gas and/or electric customers. Click to learn more.

City of Fort Collins Utilities

The City of Fort Collins Utilities has a large variety of rebates available for conservation measures including:
Efficient Lighting
Insulation
Air Sealing
Heating and Cooling Systems
Appliance Rebates: Clothes Washer, Dishwasher, Toilet
Renewables
As well as Zero Interest Loan Options.
Click to learn more.

City of Loveland Water and Power

City of Loveland Water and Power has rebates available to customers who have a home energy audit completed on their home by Lightly Treading (Link to Audit). Rebates are available for:
Insulation and Air Sealing measures throughout the home
Window Replacement and Window Films
High Efficiency Air Conditioners and other Cooling
And More
Click to learn more.

Department of Energy

Check the Department of Energy’s www.dsireusa.org site for comprehensive information about national, state, and local incentives for energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements.

Income Qualified Weatherization

Based on your eligibility and needs. Non-profit organizations and multi-family low income housing developments may be eligible for other weatherization programs. Visit www.EnergyOutreach.org for information.