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Energy Strategy Update February 21, 2023
The Board of Supervisors approved the draft Loudoun County Energy Strategy and directed staff to finalize the associated report. The recommendations focus on three goals: leading by example in county government operations, supporting clean energy development in the county and stimulating communitywide action.
- October 18, 2022: The Board of Supervisors heard a presentation from county staff about the ongoing efforts to update the county's Energy Strategy. Read the staff report prepared for the meeting (PDF).
- June 29, 2022: Loudoun County hosted a virtual public input session on the development of an updated energy strategy for the county to discuss the process of updating the Loudoun County Energy Strategy adopted in 2009. View the presentation from the meeting.
2009 Loudoun County Energy Strategy
The Loudoun County Energy Strategy (PDF), is a comprehensive, 30-year road map of energy strategies for the Loudoun County government and community, which was adopted by the Board of Supervisors in December 2009.
Energy management in Loudoun County includes initiatives in facilities and with employees as well as community energy resources.
The county supports several programs to provide resources for commercial properties and residences implementing energy management projects.
Loudoun County C-PACE Program
For more information on the C-PACE Program, visit the program webpage.
Loudoun County has partnered with LEAP to bring Solarize NOVA to our residents. Learn more.
Employee Energy Conservation Program
The Loudoun County Employee Energy Conservation Program provides guidance and education to reduce energy consumption and costs, improve energy efficiency and facilitate energy conservation in county facilities. This includes an energy awareness pledge campaign and the Energy Conservation Committee.
Solar Energy Generation at Loudoun County Facilities
Loudoun County has install solar arrays at several facilities including, the Youth Shelter Buildings, the Homeless Shelter building and the Harmony Park & Ride. These arrays generate power to operate both facilities and produce income from the Renewable Energy Credits.