East Troublesome Sustainable Rebuild, Rebate Program

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Legislation was passed in Colorado in 2022 to help fund sustainable, energy efficient home rebuilds after natural disasters.  This legislation is retroactive to 2018, which includes the East Troublesome Fire.  Homeowners are eligible if their home was a primary residence or long-term rental, and it was significantly damaged or destroyed.  Homes which have already been rebuilt may be eligible.  

Rebate payments will come through Mountain Parks Electric. 

Energy Office Rebates with Requirements

Your Support Team

Todd Budin

Program Manager: available for questions about rebates, the process, eligibility and more.  Your primary point of contact throughout the process.


Phone: 720-310-5752

Robby Schwarz

New Homes Advisor: available for technical questions from homeowners, architects, builders and energy consultants. 


Phone: 303-927-0025


Registration Form

Step #1 for your project to be reviewed.

CEO East Troublesome Rebate Registration Form

Claim Form

Final step before payments are authorized.

CEO East Troublesome Rebate Claim Form

Terms and Conditions

The Colorado Energy Office has created this rebate program for primary resident and long-term rental homeowners whose homes were significantly damaged or destroyed in the East Troublesome Fire. (Long-term rental is defined as leases of greater than 6 months)

There are no income qualifications to participate in this program. 

The payment of program rebates will be contingent upon verification of the above qualifying improvements and Certificate of Occupancy being issued from the permitting jurisdiction. This rebate process may include a report from a certified HERS rater, documentation of damage, photo documentation of installed equipment, and invoices for installed equipment.   Documentation and claim form are to be submitted within 90 days of equipment installation.

Payments will be issued by check from Mountain Parks Electric Inc within 4-6 weeks of being approved.

The Colorado Energy Office reserves the right to refuse rebate payments and participation if the homeowner or contractor violates program requirements.

The Colorado Energy Office is not responsible for any inaccurate information regarding the program, including inaccurate information regarding rebates or equipment eligibility from contractors. The Colorado Energy Office will not expressly or implicitly warrant the performance of the as-built home or individual components. The program, its related forms and any program terms and conditions, are governed by the laws of the State of Colorado.

Consult your tax professional to understand the tax implications of this rebate.

Rebates for non-Fire Homes

Interested in energy efficiency but not eligible for the East Troublesome rebates?  

Check out our comprehensive list of rebates and tax incentives for new homes or upgrading your home to be more energy efficient.   Don't hesitate to ask questions.