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Environmental Initiatives

Below are links to programs, committees and other recommended sources containing information about how you can help save the environment both at home and at work.

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
In 2012, the City of Naperville unveiled the first publically accessible and free electric vehicle charging station (EVCS) in the Van Buren surface parking lot at 44 W. Van Buren Avenue.
 
Energy Education Council
All members of the Energy Education Council consider energy and power education paramount in developing an improved understanding of energy’s applications, while at home, at school or on the job.
 
Energy Efficiency Grants
City of Naperville electric utility customers are encouraged to apply for grants to help complete sustainability and energy efficiency projects.
 
ENERGY STAR Partner
The city's collaboration with ENERGY STAR offers Naperville’s business and residents a strategic, corporate energy management program.
 
Environmental Sustainability Plan
The purpose of the Environmental Sustainability Plan is to establish a long-term vision for environmental sustainability in Naperville, a guide for the city’s actions related to environmental leadership and future initiatives.
 
EnviroTeam
This page will provide a single, convenient resource portal for Naperville residents and businesses who are interested in environmental sustainability initiatives.
 
Home Energy Calculator
Consumers looking to lower the home energy costs can now go to Naperville’s website for some fast-and-fun assistance.
 
Home Energy Savings Program
As part of the Federal Government’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant, the city is performing residential home energy evaluations for 350 qualified homes in Naperville. 
 
Landscaping for Energy Efficiency
The Morton Arboretum has developed a landscape plan that employs best practices for planting trees and other shrubbery to optimize energy efficiency at your home.
 
Renewable Energy Program
For as little as $5 per month, you can make a difference for future generations by enrolling in the City's Renewable Energy Program.
 
Solar Power Initiative
A collaborative effort between Naperville’s Department of Public Utilities-Electric and SoCore Energy of Chicago bring solar power to Naperville’s Fort Hill substation.