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Garfield Clean Energy
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Learn more about Garfield Clean Energy, an economic development program in Garfield County Colorado.

Garfield Clean Energy
About Garfield Clean Energy
• Residential program
• Commercial program

Energy Management Services
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CLEER offers a variety of services for communities, utilities (and their customers), and large facility owners and operators.

• Garfield Energy Navigator
• Active Energy Management
• Economic Development

Statewide Impact
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CLEER leads various high-level efforts to bring about statewide change.

• Refuel Colorado
• Powering Up Colorado

Garfield Clean Energy, Glenwood Springs Electric offer new rebates for energy efficiency

2014 Garfield Clean Energy Bike & Walk Challenge

Click here for more information about the event.

Clean Energy Economy News, Vol 7, No. 2, April 2014

Click here to read the latest edition of our electronic newsletter.

CLEER and CORE Utility Rebate Workshops and Trade Shows February 13 and 20 Presentations

On February 13 and 20, CLEER and CORE hosted two "Utility Rebate Workshops and Trade Shows" for contractors to learn about updates to local rebate programs, utility rebate programs, and loan programs.

To see the presentations from the events, please click here.

To view presentations and videos from the Nov. 13 Powering Up Colorado workshop, please click here.

New Garfield Clean Energy Collaborative Report

Click here to read about CLEER's work with Garfield Clean Energy, Colorado's first clean energy authority.

For more information on Garfield Clean Energy, click here.

Lighting retrofit to save more than $10,000 a year at Grand Valley Recreation Center
Replacement of 586 bulbs believed to be biggest overhaul in Garfield County

The Grand Valley Recreation Center is one of Battlement Mesa’s important civic institutions. Local residents use the facility day and night for recreation, and it hosts birthday parties, community meetings and special events. Not surprisingly, all that use requires a lot of energy, and the Recreation Center regularly sees electricity bills topping $50,000 a year. Read more here.


Latest CLEER news and case studies

Energy upgrades put Glenwood Springs "Palace" in the pink

Mesa County Builds Widespread Demand for Compressed Natural Gas

Group encouraging fleets to switch to compressed natural gas

CLEER, CORE, and Walking Mountains Science Center help Holy Cross Energy achieve significant savings goal to wrap up 2013

Historic Glenwood building gets extensive energy makeover, lowering costs, improving comfort

Fire department helps get New Castle wastewater get electricity use back under control

CMC buildings are now on the Energy Navigator


New Energy Navigator screen savers

We've changed out some of the screen savers on the Energy Navigator. Click the image above to check them out.


Clean Energy News

Thermoelectric generator on glass fabric for wearable electronic devices (4/10/14)

Barcelona-Built Electric Scooter — Inside Story (CT Exclusive V ideo) (4/10/14)

On Climate Surveys, the People Agree—Mostly [Interactive] (4/10/14)