Santa Fe Public Power Study: In 2011, the City and County of Santa Fe commissioned a preliminary study to investigate the costs, benefits, and other issues associated with establishing a local government-owned electric utility.
Check out a "Kill-a-Watt" meter from your local library
Solarize Santa Fe! is a public outreach, marketing and technical assistance campaign to let homeowners and businesses know about how incredibly cost-effective solar systems are and to answer any questions for those considering installing solar power on their property. For more information, contact, Craig O'Hare at 992-3044 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Solar Power and Energy Efficiency: Santa Fe County established the Office of Solar Power and Energy Efficiency in the Spring of 2011. The office promotes energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies in County facilities and operations. The program also supports energy efficiency in the residential and commercial sectors to promote a green economy that stimulates job creation and economic development. The Office is a direct outgrowth of clean energy policies and directives established in the Sustainable Growth Management Plan adopted by the County Commission in 2010 (see Chapters 3, 7 and 8).
Our public outreach, education and technical assistance services are available to all County residents and businesses, including those located within the city limits of Santa Fe, Edgewood, and Española.
The County's Energy Specialist is available to your neighborhood or homeowners' association, business or industry group and other community events and forums to present helpful information about energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities. Feel free to call Craig O'Hare at (505) 992-3044 or email@example.com if you are interested!