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Beneficial Electrification

What is Beneficial Electrification?

The application of electricity to end-uses that would otherwise consume fossil fuels, where doing so satisfies at least one of following conditions, without adversely affecting the others:

- save consumers money - improve product quality
- reduce [GHG] emissions - foster a more resilient grid.

Historically, the principal way to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the electric sector was to reduce energy consumption through energy conservation and energy efficiency, now there are increasing opportunities to reduce emissions through increased use of electricity by encouraging Beneficial Electrification.

 

New Beneficial Electrification Rebates Currently include:

Yard Tools Home Climate Control Electric Vehicles
  • Outdoor Electric Power Equipment (Lawn Mowers, Snow Blowers, Trimmers, Chainsaws, Leaf Blowers)
  • Electric Heat Pumps
  • Electric Vehicles and EV Charging Stations (Special Tri-State incentives for Level II and Level III public chargers)
  • LED Light Bulbs and Fixtures
  • Residential and Commercial Energy Audits
  • Much more!

Our Energy Efficiency and Beneficial Electrification rebates are administered by EcoAction Partners, San Miguel County's Sustainability Organization.  Click the button to see our rebates hosted on their website.

 

 

                               Learn more about Beneficial Electrification on this podcast.                                                                       Our wholesale power provider has launched the Beneficial Electrification League of Colorado (BEL-CO).  Read more.

 

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