Colorado Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Solutions
As a pre-approved Energy Service Company (ESCO), Ameresco has demonstrated through a competitive solicitation the ability to undertake a variety of projects with a high level of success and satisfaction from our clients. Ameresco and the Governor's Energy Office (GEO) will work closely to help you navigate the performance contracting process to ensure that your project achieves the full spectrum of benefits that
performance contracting has to offer. Please feel free to contact the GEO at any time with questions on how to take the first step toward improving the performance of your building.
Ameresco, Inc., (NYSE:AMRC), a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company, is prequalified to provide energy saving performance contracts to Colorado government agencies, higher education facilities, K-12 education facilities and organizations that participate in state programs.
We offer decades of expertise in designing and building energy efficient and renewable energy solutions. We can also own, operate and maintain energy infrastructure powered by wind, biomass, landfill gas, solar or geothermal wells.
Our independence means that our Colorado energy services customers get best-in-class solutions customized to their unique needs. Because we are not a manufacturer, we are not looking to sell a particular product line. Every client gets a customized solution designed to meet their requirements and budget, and their energy conservation and emissions goals.
Through an energy savings performance contract, Ameresco can help Colorado schools, universities, counties, cities and towns get the energy efficient retrofits and equipment upgrades they need without additional capital. Annual energy savings make these projects budget-neutral, removing the cost barrier from facility upgrade projects.
Take a look at our case studies to see how Ameresco has helped cities, towns and schools meet their energy needs and emission reduction goals without up-front expenses. We can help you too.
Ameresco at Work in Colorado and Beyond
National Renewable Energy Laboratories
Wood biomass provides the fuel for hot water at NREL's campus, which saves $406,000 annually and helped the Science and Technology Facility earn LEED certification.
Western State College of Colorado
Through an ESPC, Ameresco provided essential upgrades to lighting, heating and water systems, reducing maintenance needs and annual energy costs.
City of Englewood
Four city-owned buildings now host solar panel arrays, generating more than 300,000 kilowatts annually and renewable energy credits to help lower energy costs.
The City of San Antonio turned the gas from water processing into a renewable resource that generates $200,000 a year in revenue.