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Communities2018-07-09T21:44:17+00:00

Since our founding in 1994, CORE has worked collaboratively with municipalities and utilities to save energy in the Roaring Fork Valley. Recognizing that we’re stronger together, these valued partners are members of our organization, providing funding that supports benefits to their constituencies and clients. It’s a win-win for the community!

The services CORE offers communities include:

  • Rebates and grants
  • Home energy assessments for residents
  • Commercial site visits for facilities
  • Technical and financial advising
  • Energy trainings and workshops
  • Community climate action planning
  • Greenhouse gas inventories
  • Policy and building code support
  • Renewable energy feasibility studies
  • Environmental board representation

City of Aspen

  • Emissions reduction goal: 30% by 2020; 80% by 2050 (below 2004 levels)
  • Climate action plan: Aspen’s Climate Action Plan, adopted 2017
  • Member since: 1994
  • Population:  6,871
Photo: Aspen Chamber Resort Association, Jeremy Swanson

Aspen Electric

  • Emissions reduction goal: Achieved goal of 100% renewable in 2015
  • Member since: 1994
  • Customer base: 3,000

Town of Basalt

Photo: TommyPJR

Town of Carbondale

Photo: Carbondale Chamber 

City of Glenwood Springs

  • Emissions reduction goal: Reduce energy consumption by 20% by 2020; reduce petroleum consumption 25% by 2020; and generate 35% of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2020.
  • Member since: 2009
  • Population: 9,997
Photo: VisitGlenwood.com

Holy Cross Energy

  • Emissions reduction goal:  Under Review
  • Member since: 1994
  • Customer base: 55,000

Pitkin County

Town of Snowmass Village

Photo: Courtesy Jeremy Swanson

Got Questions?
I’m Here to Help.

Sarah Gruen

Community Sustainability Manager

970.925.9775 x502

sarah@aspencore.org