Resources for Businesses

On this webpage, you will find a variety of resources for Fairfax County businesses looking to take climate action, such as being more energy efficient, reducing waste, and adopting sustainable transportation. It also provides information on Fairfax County programs and other government incentives to support your sustainability efforts. 

Programs for Common-Interest Communities

Green Bank

Fairfax County Government is working toward an accessible, affordable clean energy future for all. The county is establishing a clean energy financing entity (aka "green bank") to accelerate the growth of the county’s clean energy economy and help achieve the community’s climate goals. The green bank will boost the clean energy market by providing the community with financial and technical programming and tools for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and electric vehicle projects.

Building a Green Team

Assembling a group of interested and responsible employees can be a great first step toward establishing a culture of sustainability at your workplace. These groups are often called green teams, but any name will do. At Fairfax County, our employee group is called Fairfax Employees for Environmental Excellence, or FEEE. Based on our experience, we are pleased to share some tips for how to start a green team and outreach ideas that we’ve found successful.

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