The federal Energy Policy Act of 1992 requires each state to certify that it has reviewed and considered adopting the national model energy standard. Every state must determine if its energy code meets or exceeds the current federal reference code and certify to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy its determination. The federal […]
This PowerPoint slideshow will aid the ClearPath user in navigating the tool’s Monitoring and Reporting Modules. Users will gain familiarity with the concepts of reporting on their GHG emissions inventory data, learn how to report data by scope and by sector, and receive an overview of Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventories (GPC). In […]
State of Local Climate Action: California 2016 provides a unique portrait of local government climate leadership in California. Developed by ICLEI in cooperation with partners through the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC), the report presents a comprehensive picture of measurable local emissions trends, targets, planning efforts, and energy and climate actions in the state, along […]
Report on your climate action progress more easily by customizing this template, designed for local governments who have been implementing their climate action plan for a year or more and are ready to report to their community and stakeholders on progress made through the plan.
Webinar recording presenting new SEEC ClearPath Features as of July 2015.
This is a great opportunity to hear about water conservation efforts, cap and trade funding options and best practices related to climate action implementation in the region and across the state.
SEEC ClearPath California is a powerful tool to help you measure and track greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in your community. This guide provides an introduction to the basic structure of SEEC ClearPath CA and to important concepts that will help you use the tool effectively.