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Bigger Rebates for Basalt Residents

The Town of Basalt is showing its commitment to climate action by matching CORE rebates and providing FREE energy assessments for Basalt residents. A carbon-free future depends on everyone taking action. That’s why Basalt is providing EXTRA incentives to make electrification – the process of moving from dirty fossil fuels to clean electricity – easy and affordable.

You can multiply your project funding up to 3X when you stack Basalt/CORE incentives with Holy Cross Energy rebates (applied for separately). Get started with an energy assessment to unlock rebates and energy advising from CORE’s building science experts.

Don’t wait! Extra incentives provided by the Town of Basalt are available on a first-come-first-serve basis through 2022 or until the limited funds have been claimed. Sign up below!

*CORE rebates for this program are funded by Eagle County

**Energy assessments are required to unlock all rebates

***Although we are not rebating solar projects in Basalt or Eagle County, you can apply for rebates through Holy Cross Energy plus, check out their Power+ Program for battery storage.

Got questions? I am here to help. 

Up to 3X the rebates for Basalt residents! The Town of Basalt is matching CORE’s incentives for energy upgrades. You can cover up to 75% of your project costs when combined with rebates from Holy Cross Energy.

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For more information on the Basalt Double Rebate program, contact Phi Filerman at phi@aspencore.org or call 970.925.9775x 502

Written by: Brittany LaClair

Brittany studied Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont where she discovered her passion for sustainability, conservation, and energy efficiency. During college, her love for travel brought her to Costa Rica and Spain where she gained an international perspective on environmental issues. After graduation, she wanted to find bigger mountains and explore the west, so she moved to Aspen to become a snowboard instructor for what she thought would be one winter. The outdoorsy, adventurous lifestyle sucked her in as she continues to enjoy life in the Roaring Fork Valley. Some of her favorite activities include snowboarding, hiking, trail running, camping, and paddleboarding. She has worked for nonprofits since 2016 and strives to have a positive impact on the community through CORE.

CORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to leading the Roaring Fork Valley to a carbon-free, net zero energy future.