- Fraser Sustainability Initiatives
Fraser Sustainability Initiatives
On February 4, 2016, the Fraser Board of Trustees adopted a resolution approving the community-wide sustainability plan on reducing our community's greenhouse gas emissions to 20% below 2014 levels by 2025. The plan consists of actions in following areas.
Commercial retro-commissioning is similar to getting your car serviced regularly. There are systems in the buildings (heating, air conditioning, lighting, etc.) that may be performing well when they are installed but over time things go wrong and may or may not be fixed.
According to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, community solar is defined as “a solar-electric system that, through a voluntary program, provides power and/or financial benefit to, or is owned by, multiple community members.
Expand Participation in Residential and Commercial
The Town of Fraser and surrounding Grand and Jackson counties are not utilizing many utility rebates.
Improve Public Transit
Riders will only be picked up and dropped off at designated signed stops. If you need help finding the nearest designated signed stop to your property, please contact the Transit Manager directly.
Residential Energy Awareness and Education
Weatherization, or “weatherproofing” your home involves making sure a significant amount of air isn’t leaking in or out of your home.
The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) Weatherization program has been doing just that for 40 years now. Visit the program's website or Fraser Town Hall for information on how to apply.