Supporting California Local Governments
SEEC provides no-cost resources to support the energy and climate initiatives of California Local Governments
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Webinar 8/4: Creating Lasting Resilience with Comprehensive Plans and Targeted Land Use Codes and Ordinances
Comprehensive plans and local land use codes and ordinances drive much of the climate resilience related decision making at the local level, and thus is one key target for climate integration. This session will examine real world examples from Climate Solutions University (CSU) communities to illustrate how to meld comprehensive planning, land use regulations, and […]
The Draft Impact Evaluation Research Plan for the Program Administrators 2015 behavior programs (home energy and home utility reports) has been posted to the CPUC’s public document site for review and comment. To review and provide comments, please visit http://www.energydataweb.com/cpuc/search.aspx; select the 2015 portfolio cycle, and then search “behavior programs”. On Monday, August 1, 2016, there will be […]
ARB Workshop 7/27: Chance for Input to the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program
The Air Resources Board (ARB or Board) invites you to provide additional input on the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program), as changes are considered to reflect new opportunities provided by Senate Bill (SB) 513 (Beall), which became effective January 1, 2016. More information is available here or below: The meeting will be […]
A new study proposes storage and demand response to avoid extra air pollution while meeting peak demand. As shared by Greentech Media: We’ve heard about the value of energy storage for integrating renewables, shaving peak demand and regulating frequency, but there’s another service it can provide: combating air pollution. When sited and deployed according to […]
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.