Community Energy Resilience Webinar Series Up and Running

Highlighting Resources and Opportunities for Local Governments
  • View our Community Energy Resilience for Local Government Webinar on June 10 HERE.

Have you ever taken a look at a BUG map? If not, here is your opportunity. Diesel back-up generators (BUGs) have proliferated in California since the increase in wildfire and public safety power shut-off risk has emerged on the scene. This is one of the many illuminating and informative features of this inaugural edition in the series, emphasizing that much better alternatives exist.

Produced in collaboration with the Local Government Commission, this webinar shares practical information about technical and financial resources available to local governments to initiate local clean energy resilience plans. Four presentations highlight strategies and case studies that help build community energy resilience covering both the immediate need to keep critical facilities operational, as well as long-term opportunities to simultaneously advance local climate goals and deliver tangible benefits to communities.

There were over 300 registrants for the webinar from across the State representing local governments, Community Choice agencies, clean energy businesses, NGOs, and state government.

Speakers include representatives from The Climate Center, Community Energy Labs, California Energy Commission, and local governments.

Don’t miss the rest of the series that culminates on August 5 with a Community Energy Resilience Summit. Click HERE to register for all.

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