ARB Releases Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) Investments by Region


The Air Resources Board (ARB) has posted a document that provides the summation of
California Climate Investments by region, Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), county, and legislative district (document available on ARB’s website here).  As described in the Introduction, “This document supplements the information provided in the 2016 Annual Report to the Legislature on California Climate Investments Using Cap-and-Trade Auction Proceeds (Annual Report)1 and the Excel-based Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) Project List2 by providing the summation of California Climate Investments by region, Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), county, and legislative district.”

The report shares charts summarizing funding breakdowns by region, by MPO and by County. Charts showing breakdowns by region and by County are copied below.




For more information, view the document in full here. Additional information provided by ARB is below.


Each year the Department of Finance (Finance) is required to submit an annual report to the Legislature on the status and outcomes of California Climate Investments.  In March, Finance released the 2016 Annual Report, which describes the status of funded programs and lists the projects funded.  It also provides estimates of the GHG reductions expected from project investments and provides key statistics on benefits to disadvantaged communities, demand for funding, and leveraging.

ARB has posted additional data to supplement the information found in the 2016 Annual Report.  This data includes information on investment locations and the total amount of funding provided to each individual region, county, legislative district, and Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  The additional data can be found at:


Assembly Bill 32, the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32; Nunez, Chapter 488, Statutes of 2006) is a comprehensive, multi-year program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in California.  The Air Resources Board has adopted a Scoping Plan and, together with other State and local agencies, has developed and implemented numerous regulations and programs, including the Cap-and-Trade Program to reduce emissions to meet AB 32 goals.

For more information:

For more on cap-and-trade investments on this website, click here. For more on the GGRF, click here. For a recent overview of weatherization funding, click here. (Or participate in the LIWP June 2nd weatherization programming planning meeting.)

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