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Contra Costa County Climate Leaders (4CL)

A project of Generation Green a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization
Contra Costa County Leaders
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You'll find case studies, issues of the month, workshop materials, archived newsletters and updates on local government activities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Contra Costa County.
 
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The 4CL Program offers:
 
Quarterly workshops for education and networking opportunities
 
Monthly newsletters for environmental updates, pertinent local information, and interesting upcoming events
 
Ongoing website containing the CCC city environmental developments, archived newsletters, and other educational resources.
www.cccclimateleaders.org


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Contra Costa County Climate Leader's (4CL) presents: 
“Solar in Cities: Increasing Rooftop Saturation”
March 8, 2018; 8 to noon
30 Muir Road, Martinez; ZA Room

                          
7:45 Check-in, Networking, complimentary coffee & pastries
 
8:15 Introductions – Lynda Deschambault, Director, 4CL
Welcome/Introduction (TBC County Supervisor)
8:35 Overview of SB 350 Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act – CA Energy Commission
2019 updates to the CA Green Building Code: mandatory solar—Ingrid Neumann (TBC)
9:15 Combining Public and Private Partnerships to Develop Renewable Energy Infrastructure – California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority (CAEATFA)
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Bay Area Model Solar Ordinance Program and Toolkit for Cities
- Vijay Kesavan, Bay Area Air Quality Management District (TBC)
- Case Study City of Fremont: Adopted with modifications (Rachel DiFranco-City of Fremont)
 


Break
 



Diablo Solar- Working with Local Governments;  Case StudiesContra Costa County ;online solar permitting process –Bryan Raymond (Diablo Solar)




Local Government Perspectives and Case Studies:
  •  San Pablo – GRID Alternatives Partnership (Amanda Booth- City of San Pablo)
  • Martinez – Offering solar rebates/incentives and funding for low income families (TBC Mike Chandler—City of Martinez)
  • Share time: Richmond, Concord, Lafayette, Pittsburg, Pinole, El Cerrito, Hercules – TBC
          expedited solar permitting, bulk Purchases, and incentives/rebates
  • MCE: how are solar installs impacted in those cities who have adopted MCE (JR Kiligrew)


Wrap Up, Action Items
Networking Opportunities—lunch snacks provided












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Contra Costa County Climate Leaders program (4CL) www.cccclimateleaders.org
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Special thanks to 4CL's sponsors: Diablo Soloar and MCE!     vv                         

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Moraga, CA 94570

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