2010/2011 GOVERNOR'S ENERGY OFFICE MULTIFAMILY WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT and INVITATION TO APPLY
The Colorado Governor's Energy Office and Energy Outreach Colorado are excited to announce the launch of the 2010/2011 Centrally-Heated Multifamily Weatherization grant funding cycle on July 1, 2010.
You are receiving this announcement because you have expressed interest or may have a centrally-heated multifamily property that could be eligible for weatherization services for 2010/2011 program year. The online application will open at 3:00 PM on Thursday, July 1, 2010, and will close on 11:59 PM on Friday, August 13, 2010. To review program details and submit an application, please visit http://www.energyoutreachcolorado.org/geo_overview and follow the instructions to create a login and password.
Once you create a login, you will be guided through a program overview and required reading pages which must be read and acknowledged before you will be able to begin a property application. You will be able to create applications for multiple proposed centrally-heated properties if you wish; these will all be accessible through the same login and password. We strongly encourage you to "save your work" frequently as you complete the applications so no data is lost.
You will have the opportunity to access and edit your applications throughout the open application period, or until you follow the instructions to "submit" each property once its information is complete.
We appreciate your interest in this program and look forward to receiving your applications.
PLEASE NOTE: this program is specifically offered for eligible properties having 5 or more dwelling units and a CENTRAL heating system. If you have a multifamily property in which the dwelling units are INDIVIDUALLY heated (in-unit furnaces, for example), please do NOT submit an application for the Multifamily Weatherization Program through EOC. These properties will be served through another program; to request information about the individually heated weatherization program, please contact Sean Mandel email@example.com at the Governor's Energy Office.