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About the Project

The Energy Efficiency Plan for the City of Baldwin Park is part of a unified regional framework for meeting long-term energy efficiency goals. This framework will allow the Energy Efficiency Plan developed for each city to function as a stand-alone document tailored to individual communities. The City and the San Gabriel Council of Governments (SGVCOG) will be hosting a number of workshops and meetings to gather community input, which will guide the development of the Energy Efficiency Plan.

How to Get Involved

There will be a number of opportunities for you to get involved. Tell us what you think by completing an online survey:

English: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SGVCOG_EnergySurvey_1
Spanish: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Spa-Ext
Chinese: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Chi-Ext

The Energy Efficiency Plan will:

  • Summarize the City’s existing and future energy use

  • Project the City’s existing future energy use (through 2020)

  • Identify energy efficiency goals and targets

  • Create an energy efficiency strategy to meet the City’s energy reduction goals

  • Assist in meeting State and regional goals of greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction and long-term energy efficiency

Twenty-seven of the thirty-one SGVCOG member agencies are currently participating in the Energy Efficiency Plan project, which is funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by Southern California Edison (SCE). The funding was awarded to the SVGCOG to implement activities to achieve statewide energy efficiency goals.

Project Timeline

The project kicked off in July 2011 and will take place over the next 15 months. The anticipated completion of the project is October 2012.

Participating Cities

There are currently twenty-seven of the thirty-one SGVCOG member agencies participating in the EECAP project. Participating cities include:

  • Alhambra

  • Duarte

  • Monrovia

  • San Marino

  • Arcadia

  • El Monte

  • Montebello

  • Sierra Madre

  • Baldwin Park

  • Glendora

  • Monterey Park

  • South El Monte

  • Bradbury

  • Irwindale

  • Pomona

  • South Pasadena

  • Claremont

  • La Canada-Flintridge

  • Rosemead

  • Temple City

  • Covina

  • La Puente

  • San Dimas

  • West Covina

  • Diamond Bar

  • La Verne

  • San Gabriel


Contact Us

Melecio Picazo
Community Development Department
City of Baldwin Park
Phone: (626) 960-4011, Ext. 495
Email: Mpicazo@baldwinpark.com

Additional Resources

San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments

San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership

California Climate Change Portal

Cool California

Energy Upgrade California

US EPA - Climate Change

 

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