- Background Information: The California Energy Commission is the central energy management and energy planning organization of California, and is in charge of implementing energy efficient systems and technologies in California buildings and architectural design.
- On February 28th, 2017, the Santa Cruz City Council adopted a resolution that authorized the Santa Cruz City Manager to apply for a grant from the California Energy Commission that would offer $400,000 to be put towards increasing energy efficiency and energy management in municipal buildings such as the Police Station, City Hall and City Hall Annex.
- This grant application is of great importance to the City’s future goals of increasing energy efficiency, and could play a key role in achieving the Santa Cruz Climate Action Milestone goal to lessen municipal building energy use by 40% in 2020.
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