Johnson County encourages businesses and residents to take steps to reduce energy use, produce less waste and adopt other sustainable practices. We will be adding resources to this page to assist you in getting. In many cases being sustainable can be as good for your pocketbook and resiliency as it is for the planet.

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Energy Efficiency

Most utility companies and rural electric cooperatives offer rebate programs for equipment such as furnaces, air conditioners, refrigerators and more.

For businesses and farms, some incentive programs provide advice and require an application and pre-approval before you purchase equipment or systems.

Renewable Energy

Logo of the Grow Solar Linn and Johnson Counties ProgramIf you're interested in learning about solar and potentially getting it for your home, business or farm, please consider Grow Solar Linn + Johnson Counties. The program begins with affordable pricing, and the more people who participate, the lower the price goes. You can attend a Solar Power Hour and learn the basics, then get a free, no obligation estimate. You'll have until August 31, 2021, to decide whether to go solar.