ventura ventura, January 8, 2018

Thursday January 11, 6:30 – 8:30, Unitarian-Universalist Church of Ventura, 5456 Ralston, Ventura


What is our region’s potential for Distributed Energy Resources (called DER)? 

Will property owners and developers create our clean energy future  with solar energy and battery storage or will SoCal Edison carry through with a fourth transmission line from the Santa Clarita to Moorpark substations bringing increasingly clean energy, but slower than we want?

This month we dive into how to get more local generation of renewable energy. Project developers are eager. The challenge is having property owners interested in hosting  arrays of solar plus batteries. If you know someone who wants to learn more about making money producing clean energy, invite them!
We’ll be talking about
  • Which cities are joining Los Angeles Community Choice Energy?
  • Will the CPUC delay participation?
  • Is So Cal Edison’s plan for a 4th incoming power line from Santa Clarita needed?
  • Will Ventura County get the grant to speed up residential energy efficiency?
  • Will there be enough proposals in So Cal Edison’s upcoming RFP for local energy generation and storage?
  • Last but not least, is Ventura County ready to pledge to achieve 100% renewable energy by

2030 like Santa Barbara, Goleta and San Francisco

2035 like San Diego and neighboring cities?

Ventura County Climate Hub is a grassroots, non-partisan local affiliate of 350. org engaged as a coalition in global warming solutions.
Rear (south) parking lot by back door to Fellowship Hall.
CONTACT Jan Dietrick, 805-746-5365, email ventura at

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