The Climate Action Office offers energy efficiency programs that help you lower your utility bills, improve the comfort and safety of your home or business, and reduce negative environmental impacts. 

Take Action

Save energy & money in your home:

  • Schedule a home energy assessment online or call our partners, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) at 970-925-9775.

Save energy & money in your business:

  • Schedule a free commercial energy walk-through by contacting CORE at 970-925-9775 or emailing

Rebates & Incentives

Aspen Electric

The City of Aspen electric system uses 100% renewable energy (46% hydroelectric, 53% wind power, 1% landfill gas).

By showing the economic viability of renewable energy integration, we hope this model will be adapted worldwide. Visit the Utility's Renewable Energy page to learn more. 

Renewable Energy Resources of Aspen

Hydroelectricity LogoHydroelectric: The City of Aspen energy supply is 46% hydroelectric, including the Ruedi Dam and Maroon Creek Hydroelectric facility.

Solar LogoSolar: A solar thermal panel system is helping us meet our domestic hot water supply, and the water department is installing a solar voltaic system on the electric grid under the Solar Voltaic Project, reducing our community's carbon footprint by an estimated 9,215,000 pounds.

Wind LogoWind: 53% of the City of Aspen's total renewable energy production comes from wind power, and more wind power purchases are possible in the future.


  • View the Local Contractor List. The City of Aspen is unaffiliated with these individuals and businesses. We offer CORE's list of Roaring Fork Valley contractors as a courtesy. Please be sure to do your own research to make certain that these professionals meet your standards. 
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