Climate investments benefit the San Joaquin Valley rather than being a detriment to the Valley economy. We review a report released by Next 10.
By 2016 nearly 230,000 Zero Emission Vehicles including fully electric, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles were registered in California.
Access to granular data can help California achieve its energy reduction goals and save consumers and business time, energy, and money.
Santa Monica has received funding for their Advanced Energy Communities project, focused on turning the “City Yards,” into a microgrid.
CivicSpark is Governor Brown’s Initiative AmeriCorps program that aims to build local capacity to respond to climate change.
Since 2003, Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance has worked to assist its members in seeking incentives to promote energy efficiency projects.
This year, the CEC awarded 13 projects through The EPIC Challenge: Accelerating the Deployment of Advanced Energy Communities solicitation.
Through our work with California local governments, we identified two emergent trends that local governments are prioritizing and grappling with.
Gateway Cities are working hard to adapt to changing economic trends and emerging business opportunities.
LGC through the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative introduces the ZNE Hub: Zero Net Energy Resources for California Local Governments.
May’s article: Spinning Our Wheels: Bolstering Bicycling in the U.S.
Currents provides readers with current information on energy issues affecting local governments in California.
This monthly CivicSpark newsletter features updates on CivicSpark projects and highlights.
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