In partnership with Xcel Energy, the Denver Public Library has added portable Watts Up? meters to our circulating collection. Accurate and easy to use, these meters have helped hundreds of individuals and businesses save energy and make appliance decisions. Each meter comes in its own carrying case with instructions. Watts Up? meters may be reserved for checkout through all Denver Public Library locations.
Recharge Colorado The Governor’s Energy Office is pleased to announce the launch of its new comprehensive website, RechargeColorado.com, to offer Coloradans an unprecedented tool to save money and advance Colorado’s New Energy Economy. Visit the site for information about GEO programs and initiatives and to access information about financial incentives, service providers, grants and more. Rebates are currently available for appliances, insulation, furnace replacement, home energy systems and more! The new site, as well as a call center (1-800-462-0184), will offer comprehensive and localized information about rebates and financial incentives, service providers, conservation and money-saving tips, and energy news from across the state, as well as personalized tools and planners—all of which can have tremendous impact on your energy use and cost-savings.
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Pollution Calculator: Cleaner and Greener's calculator allows you to enter your yearly kilowatt consumption and see how much carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and mercury are released from your energy usage.