What Can You Do?

Reduce Your Waste! 

Lane County residents produce nearly 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions (MTCO2e) annually. To reduce these emissions, the community will have to act collectively to create and support new policies, make systematic changes, and to alter our individual behaviors.

To get started, please check out the following resources:

Waste Wise Logo 

Eat Smart, Waste Less

Love Food Not Waste Logo
Love Food, Not Waste

Fix It Lane County! 

Adopt Energy Efficiency Measures for Your Home or Business! 

Local utilities also offer rebate and incentive programs to customers for the installation of energy efficient technologies. (find your utility here)

Utilities Serving Lane County


Central Lincoln PUD

Emerald PUD


Lane Electric

Pacific Power

Springfield Utility Board


State of Oregon Programs

In June 2023, the Oregon legislature passed a climate resilience package. Among other things, it requires the Oregon Department of Energy to create a resource hub for people to find rebate and tax break information, technical assistance, financing options and contractors for installation of heat pumps, insulation and other retrofits. The hub is not yet operational.

The Energy Trust of Oregon also offers energy efficiency incentives.

Oregon has a low-income weatherization program, and a Rental Home Heat Pump Program.

Federal Programs

This article from Yale Climate Connections provides an overview of how to take advantage of clean energy tax credits.

Rewiring America’s Inflation Reduction Act savings calculator can help you to understand which rebates and tax credits could benefit you.

For more information on how you can save energy and money visit: https://www.energy.gov/save


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