We’re uniting the Roaring Fork Valley to take action on the environment by saving energy. Why? Because buildings are the largest source of carbon emissions, counting for up to 70% of greenhouse gas emissions. The energy-saving steps we take at work and at home — in buildings — are the most effective tool for meeting our climate goals.
Take Action in Bulk:
This Month’s Action: Get a Home Energy Assessment
Peace of mind.
Being a good steward of the planet.
All FIVE are benefits of October’s Action of the Month: Get a Home Energy Assessment
Like a check-up for your house, getting an Energy Smart home energy assessment lets you know how your home is performing and provides tips and resources to optimize it. It’s the gateway to using less energy, which earns you ALL of the above five.
How does it work?
Buildings = 70% of carbon emissions in Pitkin Co.
Energy action in your home = Less carbon emissions
So when you get an energy assessment, you are on your way to preserving our natural environment and keeping your home cozy, healthy, efficient, and affordable. (Think: lower utility bills.) Who doesn’t love that?
This month, four lucky winners will WIN a FREE ASSESSMENT.
Just enroll for an assessment* and you may score big! Thanks for taking action with us.
The High Five crew
*This $400-value service is subsidized by CORE and our utility partners, costing Roaring Fork Valley residents just $100. Bonus: if you live in Snowmass Village, assessments are offered free, thanks to the generosity of a local donor. AND, a home energy assessment is a High Five action step!
- Home Energy Assessment Open Houses in Aspen and Carbondale, October dates to be announced, email for details
- 5 Steps for Energy Assessment Success!
- Those eligible for our Income-Qualified Program get a free assessment and a grant to do more energy improvements
- Get cash-back rebates and Energy Smart financing for energy improvement projects
- Find a contractor
- Free energy advising! We’re standing by here and here: 970-925-9775
It’s a Social Movement We Call the High Five.
The High Five stands for:
The five high-elevation towns of the Roaring Fork Valley
Taking five energy-saving actions at a time
The celebratory hand slap (because we’re all in this together)
The High Five is presented by the folks who brought you the Aspen Energy Challenge,
now going valley-wide, from Aspen to Glenwood Springs.
The High Five is presented by:
And generously sponsored by:
In collaboration with:
With support from our donors: