Water and Energy Rebates Rebates for purchases of qualified Energy Star appliances, or WaterSense labeled 1.28 gallon per flush toilets, are available to City of Ashland electric and water utility customers using a simple one page form, along with proof of purchase receipt.
This program is designed to encourage Ashland citizens and businesses to invest in photovoltaic generation installations by paying rebates for qualifying installations, as well as a net metering policy that provides credits for excess generation of energy.
Energy Efficiency Programs
Appliance rebates, in-home energy assessments, heating/air system leak tests, zero interest loans, weatherization and more
Residential New Construction Program
This program includes energy efficiency, water conservation, sustainable building practices, solar/net zero and EV Charging incentives for all new single family home construction (detached and attached). For mulit-family housing development, contact Conservation Staff and we will be glad to discuss custom options.
Renewable Energy Certificates
and Carbon Offset Programs
The City of Ashland has two custom programs designed to help Ashlanders mitigate their emissions. Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) ensure that you are getting the environmental benefits of clean energy. Carbon Offsets (COs) reduce greenhouse gas emissions from other activities, such as vehicle travel or natural gas use.
For more information on these programs and other services offered through the Conservation Division, please contact:
Julie Smitherman - Water Conservation Specialist. 541-552-2062
Larry Giardina - Commercial Energy Conservation and Solar Program. 541-552-2065
Dan Cunningham - Residential Energy Conservation Analyst. 541-552-2063
Stu Green - Climate and Energy Analyst. 541-552-2085
Adam Hanks - Program Management/Administration. 541-552-2046