In California, our coalition is committed to an equitable clean energy future.
We currently work to advance healthy, affordable energy solutions at state, regional, and city levels for millions of our neighbors and especially those who are underserved renters.
Our priority is to expand energy efficiency and renewable energy investment within our frontline communities already bearing the worst impacts of climate change, particularly in the Central Valley, Los Angeles, and disadvantaged communities.
Featured state resources
California Department of Community Services and Development Multi-Family Energy Efficiency & Renewables Resource CenterWebsite
California's Cap-and-Trade-Funded Low-Income Weatherization Program Multifamily: Impact ReportReport
Non-Energy Benefits: Status, Findings, Next Steps, and Implications for Low Income Program Analyses in CaliforniaReport
Utility Low-Income Efficiency Programs in Need of Upgrade
California’s Energy Savings Assistance (ESA) program is designed to help low-income households save money on their monthly energy bills through no-cost weatherization services hasn’t been saving as much energy as it could be. Reform is needed.