California recently established an ambitious blueprint for how the state will meet its target of doubling statewide energy efficiency savings by 2030, which would be equivalent to avoiding the annual electricity use of 12 million households and the natural gas consumption of more than 3 million.
San Mateo County Energy Watch can help you save energy and money and reduce your carbon footprint. We provide energy efficiency services and incentives to qualifying public agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, farms, residents, and businesses. We also assist local governments with greenhouse gas emission inventories and climate action planning and implementation. Email or call us at (650) 599-1402 today!
To see a snapshot of your city's energy use from year to year, check out the progress reports.
Energy & Climate Action News
Governor Jerry Brown signed a law in 2015 that gave the state until 2030 to have 50 percent of its electricity come from renewable energy. A new report released this month shows the state may reach or surpass this goal by 2020.
One month after wildfires tore through the North Bay in Napa and Sonoma, we are still grappling with the magnitude of loss and devastation. At least 42 people died and 8,900 structures were destroyed. Thousands of people were made homeless in a region that already had a housing shortage.