We envision a Missoula area that is powered by renewable energy and where community members are engaged with and have control over affordable energy systems. Our community will significantly reduce our reliance on carbon-based fuels and increase the percentage of renewable energy in Missoula's energy budget. By 2050, we will generate enough energy through renewable sources to supply the entire Missoula community's electrical energy needs.
Where we're heading:
- We're hosting another Solar-Ease Workshop on February 7th, 2018, from 6-8pm at the Missoula Federal Credit Union on Brooks St - save the date and join us!
- Our Solar Smart program is dedicated to making power from the sun more accessible for all! Check it out to learn more about the residential solar process, solar workshops, and opportunities for advocacy on renewable energy policy.
- This "bucket" will be featured at our September 6th monthly meetup at Imagine Nation Brewing. Join us to talk about the renewable energy revolution!
from our Community Climate Smart Action Plan
Accelerate Renewable Energy Development in Missoula
Advocate for Needed Policy
Engage in Education and Outreach
Our Work, in a Nutshell:
News and Resources:
We held a "Solar-Ease" workshop in November - we've archived resources from the event, and if you missed it, join us for the next one on Feb. 7! Details to come.
Our September 2017 monthly meetup was all about Renewable Energy. Catch up on our BLOG!
Want to learn more about solar energy in Missoula? Pay a visit to our Solar Smart page! We have the information you need to consider solar panels for your home or business.
Sun Brewed: Bitter Root Brewing praised for use of solar power system
Bitter Root Brewing has two solar arrays on its roof that have saved $2,000 in energy costs since June. USDA Rural Development and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., recently recognized them for their efforts.
Helpful Community Feedback:
Ready to get involved?
Contact the Climate Smart Missoula Leadership Team: email@example.com
Wondering how other communities are expanding their use of renewable energy?