Energy Conservation Works is a joint powers board made up of
We work in partnership with the Town of Jackson, Teton County, Lower Valley Energy, and a wide spectrum of organizations to implement and advocate for energy conservation and emissions reduction in Jackson Hole.
Energy Conservation Works and our partners use a variety of programs and sources of capital, including the $3.8M SPET for energy efficiency and distributed generation approved in 2010, to invest in initiatives to conserve energy and reduce emissions in Jackson Hole.
Energy Conservation Works facilitates projects funded from various sources of capital, such as the 2010 $3.8M SPET for energy efficiency and distributed generation, Teton County's Energy Mitigation fund, and Bonneville Power Adminsitration. See some of what we've accomplished so far.
In 2009, former World Bank President James Wolfensohn inspired our community leaders, including former Mayor Mark Barron, to transform Jackson Hole in to a leader in energy conservation and use our special history and landscape to share the message, encouraging people around the world to act.
Leaders from the Town of Jackson, Teton County, and Lower Valley Energy created Energy Conservation Works, a joint powers board with board members from each of the three entities, as well as citizen board members, with the goal of achieving significant energy conservation and reducing our carbon footprint. That mission remains today.