California is leading the charge as an implementer, innovator and model – and members of the Local Government Commission are the tip of that spear.
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.
California has led the charge for electric vehicles with an ambitious strategy to put 1.5 million zero‐emission vehicles on the road by 2025.
Leveraging Local Benefits of Community Choice Date: Friday, May 5, 2017 Location: Long Beach, CA The Local Government Commission is working in partnership…
The Local Government Commission supports policymakers through events, technical assistance and policy guidance.
As the new administration takes office in Washington, sustainability leaders across the nation have been speculating about the potential impacts on their work.
Since 2003, Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance has worked to assist its members in seeking incentives to promote energy efficiency projects.