The July Memo Update on Glendale’s Clean Energy Programs is out! Read on to see how the various projects are progressing.
The June Memo Update on Glendale’s Clean Energy Programs is out! Read on to see how the various projects are progressing.
These projects will benefit the entire Glendale Community and leave the City of Glendale in a better position to both mitigate the effects of climate change and reduce our impacts.
Measure S Budget Study Session outcomes include the inclusion of several sustainability related projects.
The Peak Savings program is a demand response program for residential and commercial customers. By reducing electric demand, you reduce GWP’s need to potentially use additional non-renewable energy resources to provide power to its customers.
Congratulations to Glendale’s Parks Department for the certification of eight of our parks to Certified Green Zones! Learn about programs that can help you make the switch from gas to electric landscape equipment too!
The City of Glendale has launched a website to promote the Verdugo Wash Project and collect feedback for the Verdugo Wash Visioning study. We hope that GEC members will explore the website to learn a bit more about this exciting project and then TAKE THE SURVEY to offer your input!
The Glendale Community Services & Parks Commission is recommending natural grass instead of artificial turf for five fields on Glendale’s near-term capital improvement list, the first two being Fremont Park and Pacific Park.
GEC’s letter included three follow up asks: (1) motion to commit to achieving 100% clean energy by 2035; (2) annual updates assessing our progress toward 100% clean energy; (3) new RFPs for a commercial solar program and other local distributed energy resources
Please help our neighbors in Eagle Rock by attending and supporting the community-generated “Beautiful Boulevard” three-zone proposal for the NoHo to Pasadena Transit Corridor with Metro refinements, Thursday, April 1, 5-7PM.
We call on all members of our community to speak and act in ways that promote unity, respect, fairness, equity, and opportunity for all people who call Glendale home, and to work to make our community safe and our environment sustainable for all.
This act would add more than 191,000 acres to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. GEC thanks Congressman Schiff for his determination to preserve and protect open space in Southern California for future generations!
Publicly shareable, periodic updates on Glendale Water & Power’s Clean Energy programs.
GEC’s comment letter was quoted extensively at council. Council voted unanimously to move forward with drafting an ordinance.