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Comfort365 is a Boulder County EnergySmart service that provides a cleaner, more efficient, and comfortable option to heat and cool your home. This program helps you explore options for heating and cooling (AC) with renewable energy, connect with contractors, evaluate bids, and get access to any and all rebates available for your exciting project. Depending on what community you live as well as which Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) you choose, the incentives offered may be different. Just like EnergySmart, Comfort365 pairs you with your expert EnergySmart Advisor, who will be there to help you every step of the way! There are many reasons why an ASHP could be a great fit for your home because they:

  • Are highly efficient
  • Will dramatically enhance your comfort within your home
  • Clean and dehumidify your indoor air, creating a healthier home
  • Can be powered with renewable energy, lowering your personal carbon footprint
  • Increase resiliency for you and your loved ones as Boulder’s summers continue to get hotter – who doesn’t want AC!
  • Offer quieter heating and cooling than your existing standard air conditioners or heating units
  • Allow for customized and flexible usage to each individual room or the whole house
Click for FAQs and to learn more about Air Source Heat Pumps and call your EnergySmart advisor today at 303.544.1000!

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Low Interest Financing

The Colorado Clean Energy Fund, Clean Energy Federal Credit Union, Elevations Credit Union, and Westerra Credit Union are working together to offer you the lowest interest Home Energy Loans through the Colorado RENU Loan Program for your air source heat pump projects. This loan will help you obtain a low-interest financing option to electrify your home!

Learn more about the RENU loan today.

Induction Cooking

Induction cooking works by creating a magnetic field between the cooking pan/pot and the magnetic coils beneath the cooking surface. The magnetic field then heats the content of the cooking pot.

In order for cookware to perform on induction cooktops, it must contain iron (cast iron or some types of stainless steel) or have a layer of material with magnetic properties. Some stainless steel cookware does not work with induction – for example, if it is a blend of aluminum and stainless steel, or if the nickel content of the stainless steel is too high. However, some manufacturers of cookware are now putting a layer of magnetic material on the bottom of the pan/pot.

To tell if a pot or pan is compatible with your induction stove, hold a magnet to the bottom. If the magnet clings to the underside, the cookware will work on an induction cooktop. If the magnet grabs the pan softly, you may not have good success with it.

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Portable Induction Cooktop Lending Program

Are you interested in trying induction before your make a decision on a cooktop?

EnergySmart is offering a free, two-week loan of portable induction cooktops for residents to try cooking with induction technology. Please complete this sign-up form to request a cooktop.

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