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Nonprofit joins with utility to coordinate energy efficiency efforts

Thanks to a new partnership, Rogue Valley homeowners will be able to take more advantage of energy efficient upgrades to their home. 

Electricity and natural gas utility Avista announced a partnership with Clean Energy Works, the state's largest non-profit home performance provider. CEW also is growing its partnership with Ashland in order to connect the city's solar program incentives more seamlessly with other CEW upgrade projects.

Derek Smith, CEO for CEW, will meet with Rep. Peter Buckley, Ashland Management Analyst Adam Hanks, Avista and local stakeholders in Ashland Tuesday, Oct. 7, to discuss what the company and its partners have delivered to Rogue Valley homeowners this past year, as well as their expanded services. 

In the past six months, CEW has added radon mitigation, seismic upgrades and solar energy to its energy efficiency and weatherization services. 

Homeowners can apply for a free performance check to pinpoint essential upgrades at CEW's website (www.cewo.org).