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Take Action! Help More Communities Move to Community Choice Energy

Updated Alert: On July 16, 2019, the County of Santa Barbara voted 4-1 to move forward with joining Monterey Bay Community Power, and the City of Goleta directed staff to move forward in August. CEC's advocacy continues with an upcoming CCE vote in August at the City of Carpinteria, and with efforts in Santa Barbara City to develop a city-only Community Choice Energy program.
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Achieving Zero: An Evening With Ed Mazria

Achieving Zero

Join us for a presentation by internationally acclaimed architect and thought leader Ed Mazria. Over the past decade, Ed’s seminal…

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Take the Pledge to Eat Local

Take a pledge to eat and drink local products October 1–31. Eat only foods produced within a 100- or 150-mile radius of your home, or within the tri-county region, or within California. Decide if you are going to make any exceptions (such as for coffee, tea or spices), but try to stay as local as possible. By taking the pledge, you will be automatically entered to win a basket full of locally-produced goodies.
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Updated Alert: No on AB 2145

Original Alert:The California Senate Energy Committee was considering Assembly Bill (AB) 2145. The proposed legislation thwarts California’s environmental goals, infringes upon local government decision-making, and will effectively destroy the future of Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) in the state of California.

Result: 195 people took action and spoke out against AB 2145. The bill is currently in committee. We will update this as new information becomes available.

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Updated Alert: Cuyama Solar Project

Original Alert:The Cuyama Solar Project proposes to convert 327 acres of previously disturbed, over-drafted farmland in the Cuyama Valley into a solar facility that will generate enough power for 16,000 California homes and avoid the emissions of 30,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. Show your support by testifying before the Planning Committee.

Result: 62 people took action and showed their support for clean energy.

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