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Energy Efficiency

  • County of Ventura Sustainability Division
    The County’s Sustainability Division builds sustainability in Ventura County through dynamic and collaborative initiatives that rely on strategic goals, leveraging public and private partnerships, and capitalizing on areas of opportunity.
  • Switch is On
    The County, through 3C-REN, has partnered with the Building Decarbonization Coalition for the Switch is On campaign to help tri-county residents interested in the switch from gas-powered to all-electric appliances. An all-electric home reduces health risks, contributes to a more resilient energy system, supports the state’s decarbonization goals, and in many cases can save money for homeowners. The Switch is On offers residents the opportunity to speak one-on-one with home electrification advisors, find local vetted contractors, get information on incentives and rebates, and find additional resources about home electrification.
  • Cool California
    Find more rebates and incentive programs for making your home or business more energy efficient.
  • Energy Kids On-Line
    Find fun games and activities for kids and teachers, to help educate kids about the importance of energy efficiency.
  • Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance
    VCREA is a Joint Powers Agency (JPA) composed of public agencies working in collaboration to address the availability, reliability, conservation and innovative use of energy resources in the Ventura County region. Find free informational workshops and get expert advice to learn how to save time, money, and energy.
  • Tri-County Regional Energy Network (3C-REN)
    The 3C-REN was granted approval by the California Public Utilities Commission for a local government agency collaboration to better serve the energy efficiency needs of the Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo County residents.

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