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    The Energy Efficiency and Renewables Program works to facilitate a local economy powered by the efficient use of clean, renewable and secure energy. We do so through education about our community’s opportunities to succeed, promoting our clean energy leaders, and connecting our members to the resources that they need to become successful leaders.

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    The Community Energy Challenge makes achieving energy efficiency as easy as possible from start to finish. We provide each participating household and business with quality information, a full energy assessment, a customized energy action plan detailing cost-effective measures, assistance with utility and tax rebates, reliable contractors, and quality assurance.


    Solarize WhatcomSolarize Whatcom is a community solar purchasing program that offers the best value for homeowners and businesses for headache-free solar installations on their homes, businesses, or multifamily units. Register for a workshop today to take advantage of this special opportunity and have your investment help the Bellingham Food Bank!



    Toward Net Zero Energy

    High-performance homebuilders and homeowners interested in deep energy savings may be eligible to take part in a pilot program that offers funding, technical assistance and marketing support to help achieve better home performance. This new program aims to identify and understand the most cost-effective ways to achieve maximum energy savings in residential retrofit construction.



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    The Green Power Community Challenge was a collaboration between Sustainable Connections, Puget Sound Energy and the City of Bellingham.


    Climage DeclarationSustainable Connections Board of Directors has endorsed the Washington Business Climate Declaration. Northwest Business for Climate Action (NWBCA) is leading an effort in Washington to illustrate the state business community’s strong support for taking action to address global warming. 


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    For more information, contact us at (360) 647-7093. 


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