What Is SEEC?
The Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) provides support to cities and counties to help them reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and save energy. SEEC is an alliance between three statewide non-profit organizations ( ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, USA,the Institute for Local Government, and the Local Government Commission) and California’s four Investor-Owned Utilities. It builds upon the unique resources, expertise and local agency relationships of each partner.
- Education and tools for climate action planning and reducing energy use
- Opportunities for peer-to-peer networking
- Technical assistance and recognition for local agencies that reduce GHG emissions, save energy and adopt policies and programs that promote sustainability
- Demonstration that “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” through leveraging resources and expertise from seven partners, to help local agencies
Since its beginning 2010, SEEC has offered hundreds of in-person and webinar trainings, and released guidebooks, tools, templates, and case studies tailored to the needs of California local governments.
Access SEEC Trainings and Resources
Available at no-cost for all California Local Governments!
Who Can Participate?
- To access online trainings and resources, SEEC participants are asked to register on this site to receive a login and password.
- SEEC trainings and resources can be accessed at no cost, but are available only to representatives of local governments within California, as well as state and regional government agencies, districts, and school districts.
- Learn more about the benefits of participating in SEEC, and how to get started. Then fill out a short registration form to receive access to the online resources and receive e-mail alerts for upcoming SEEC webinars and trainings.