LERN Meeting 17, Featuring Opportunities and Resources from Across the State

In addition to providing an overview of timely local clean energy and climate opportunities, March’s LERN featured a discussion on the Statewide Reach Codes Program’s newly released templates designed to help municipalities develop local reach codes, an introduction to Access Clean CA by Grid Alternatives, and County of Contra Costa provided information on how to support SB 511, new legislation they’ve co-sponsored with CivicWell to address local GHG inventory needs. In addition, CCEC shared a “Need/Have Board”, an informal way to flag interest in partnership between jurisdictions, partner organizations, and service providers.