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Energy

iStock_000004788253Medium_revIt's no surprise that the rising cost of fossil fuels and their environmental impact is driving a global transition toward renewable energy. But if you're feeling a touch of déjà vu, you're not off base – we've done this all before. Our ancestors used whale blubber to light and heat their homes. Then the whale population dwindled and blubber became too costly (plus the whales were dying out), so we switched to kerosene. Later we replaced kerosene with electricity from coal and natural gas, and eventually became dependent on petroleum.

Now the shift is toward renewable energies like solar, wind power, and nuclear. The technologies are still developing, and many are already available with government rebates and energy company incentives to boot. Use this section to learn about the opportunities and decide what makes the most sense for you.

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Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services Completes Solar Conversion

Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services (NVHADS) has converted its facility on Jefferson Street in Napa from traditional electric power to 100 percent solar energy. A facility-wide energy audit, performed by Sustainable Napa County and Napa County Energy Watch in 2013, identified several measures to reduce energy usage.

Bay Area Regional Energy Network Multifamily Program Case Study

Over the years, Larry Dondero has made a number of efficiency improvements to the two-story, mixed-use building he owns on Jefferson Street, a few blocks from downtown Napa. After hearing about the Bay Area Multifamily Building Enhancements program, Dondero decided to attend a workshop and learn what it was all about.

Food Waste to Fuel with New Napa Renewable Resources Project

The City of Napa and Napa Recycling and Waste Services are working together to update operations at the Napa Materials Diversion Facility and transform it into the Napa Renewable Resources Project.


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SNC Events and News



SNC featured on Comcast "Newsmakers"
Want to know more about Sustainable Napa County, how the organization got started, and what we are up to now? Watch ... More >
Energy savings pay off for school district
How is the Napa Valley School District saving nearly $300,000 a year?  Through energy efficiency of course! ... More >

Other Events and News



Gasser Goes Green: Conservation features and so...
Feb 21, 2009 Gasser Goes Green Conservation features and solar panels installed By KEVIN COURTNEY Register Staff Write... More >
Napa City Council makes history
Adopts city’s first mandatory high performance building ordinance On December 2, 2008 the Napa City Council... More >



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