The City of Ashland, Oregon, participates in the Oregon Clean Fuels program through its electric utility. The program aims to reduce the CO2 intensity of Oregon’s transportation fuels over time.
The Ashland City Council approved the monetization of clean fuel credits accrued by Ashland Municipal Electric Utility.
Ashland’s initial goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on average by 8% every year from a 2015 baseline until 2050. The city also aims to reach carbon dioxide neutrality in its operations by 2030 and to reduce its fossil fuel consumption 50% by 2030 and 100% by 2050.
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