Supporting California Local Governments

SEEC provides no-cost resources to support the energy and climate initiatives of California Local Governments

Latest News and Updates

San Carlos Hosting its First Earth Day Celebration

The City of San Carlos will be hosting its first Earth Day event on April 30th! More than 20 energy efficiency, renewables, and sustainability-focused vendors will be on-site providing information and resources for the community. Learn more in the City’s press release here.

Zero Net Energy Retrofit Tour in Sunnyvale

Check out the below opportunity to tour a zero net energy (ZNE) retrofitted structure in Sunnyvale – if interested in attending, click to register before 4/11 to avoid a price increase: Previewing The Next NZE Retrofit in Sunnyvale Have you asked yourself how Silicon Valley will meet the challenge of ever-higher energy efficiency standards with its […]

Managing EV Adoption: Lessons from Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Electric vehicle rollout requires management of a number of different concerns – including new infrastructure, peak electric load and consumption considerations, and customer concerns. In this article from Valley Vision, hear from Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Manager of the Electric Transportation and Energy & Research Bill Boyce on what SMUD is doing to get the […]

Call for Session Proposals for the 2016 California Adaptation Forum Extended to 4/15

The Call for Session Proposals for the 2016 California Adaptation Forum has been extended through Friday, April 15th. Don’t miss your chance to contribute to the dynamic and engaging program for this exciting event. A program that will feature: A series of plenaries with high-level adaptation leaders A variety of sessions on new legislation, resources and other essential topics Regional project tours highlighting adaptation and […]


The SEEC Calendar includes relevant online and in-person events and trainings for local government staff working in the climate change and energy space.
Most events are specifically related to energy efficiency and take place in California.