From the CEO’s Desk Blog
In this occasional newsletter, our CEO Nick Chaset and other EBCE staff and board members share insights on the operations, planning, trends, and policies that impact EBCE and our member communities.
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Faces of EBCE: Jen Cavenaugh, Mayor of Piedmont and Former Board MemberPiedmont mayor Jen Cavenaugh brings a high-powered corporate background to public office, and to the EBCE board.
E-bikes Are On a Roll!Electric bikes are booming, with help from state and local governments. EBCE is launching a three-year, $10 million Ride Electric program to put them on local streets.
Energy Resilient Municipal Critical FacilitiesBy installing solar and battery storage on 30 critical facilities, EBCE is using clean energy to improve public safety.
We’re Helping Put Electric Trucks On the RoadFreight trucks are critical for the economy but represent a major source of California pollution. Many programs, from the federal to local level, are available to help pay for the transition to zero-emission vehicles.
Winter Rains and Snows Bring California Hydropower Back to LifeHeavy rain and snow has replenished California rivers and reservoirs, pointing to a good year for hydroelectric power generation. Hydro has a complicated role in California’s energy supply, economy, and ecology.