Silverthorne Energy Smart Program

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Silverthorne & HC3 Partner to Bring New Program to Silverthorne

The Town of Silverthorne recognizes the importance of increasing energy efficiency and minimizing the waste of natural resources to preserve our environment and ensure the long-term viability of our town. The Town is also supportive of voluntary guidance to businesses, particularly in the form of incentives to encourage business success and economic development.

The purpose of the Silverthorne Energy Smart Business Program is to assist businesses with technical energy and waste audits, and to provide recommendations for upgrades that are specific to each business. In conjunction with the High Country Conservation Center, the Town will also provide cash incentives to complete the recommended upgrades.  Please see the 2016 Brochure on this program! 

The program speaks to the bottom-line. Businesses are given a cash incentive to complete upgrades. In addition, audits provide calculations for potential monetary, energy and waste savings, as well as simple payback for any improvements.   The program provides local technical support and coaching. Without appropriate follow-up, audits often go unused. Business owners will be supported throughout the process from audit, to tracking and upgrade.  

For complete details on this program please click here.

Below are business participants from 2012 to 2015:

 2015 Businesses   Project
 Peak Performance Imaging  Going Paperless, outreach & education 
 Sanitary Supply Corps  Green Cleaning, outreach & education 
 Pearl Izumi  Lighting Upgrade 
 High Country Business Center  Lighting Upgrade 
   
 2014 Businesses   Project
 All Valley Storage  Lighting Upgrade 
 Bakers Brewery  Upgrades to building insulation, air sealing, and lighting
 FIRC  Air Sealing upgrade to food pantry 
 Horse Cents Thrift Store  Lighting Upgrades 
 JH Mountain Auto Services  Weatherization upgrade on building 
 Neils Lunceford  Composting Project 
 Sunshine Cafe  Changed purchasing policy for compostable to-go containers 
   
 2013 Businesses  Project
 Blue Valley Ski and Snowboard  Recycling - cardboard; contributed to a 6 c.y. shared dumpster
 Dominoes  Recycling - cardboard; contributed to a 6 c.y. shared dumpster
 First Bank  Purchased compostable supplies 
 High Country Healing  Recycling - cardboard; contributed to a 6 c.y. shared dumpster
 Restore  Air sealing upgrade
 Plain Jane Liquors  Recycling - cardboard; contributed to a 6 c.y. shared dumpster
 Quiznos  Recycling - cardboard; contributed to a 6 c.y. shared dumpster
 Waste Management  Air sealing upgrade
 2012 Businesses  Project
 Alpine Earth Center  Lighting upgrade
 Blue Moon Bakery  Cardboard recycling - increased waste diversion by 50%
 Bomber Industries  Reviewed waste systems and increased recycling by 50%
 Locals Liquor/Peak Provisions  All products compostable, and added compost pick up
 Red Buffalo Coffee and Tea  Lighting upgrade and new zero waste policy
 Quality Inn  Lighting upgrade; added recycling on each floor
Energy Smart Logo