Grown in Marin
University of California
Grown in Marin

No One Knows Ag Like You Do!

Help us design the best energy savings program possible by sharing your experiences.

Marin County is renowned for its beautiful open space, with one third of all land currently in agricultural use. Our local economy and identity depend on our agricultural heritage. While climate change is a growing specter with uncertain implications, we know that energy efficiency is an important component in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and conserving limited natural resources.

Marin Clean Energy (MCE), Marin’s not for profit, community-based electricity provider, has identified the agricultural sector as a key area of focus for achieving greenhouse gas reductions.

MCE’s energy efficiency programs are designed to make it possible for families, farms, businesses, and property owners to undertake projects that save energy by providing free technical support, financing opportunities, and rebates.

As we build our next generation of MCE energy efficiency programs, we would like your input to shape the unique program design. We want to know how energy is being used, what barriers there may be to undertaking energy saving projects, how current programs have been useful, and where there is room for improvement.

If you are interested in sharing your ideas about creating a program that would save energy, save money, and contribute to a greener community, please complete a brief online survey. Your feedback is invaluable!

Consider scheduling a presentation for your organization. Contact us by email at energysavings@mceCleanEnergy.org or by telephone at (415) 464-6033.

More information about MCE’s energy efficiency programs is available on our website: www.mcecleanenergy.org/energy-savings.

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