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Electrification 101 Workshop March 16

Join the City of Alameda for an Electrification 101 workshop at the West End Public Library at 788 Santa Clara Ave. on March 16th from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. and have your questions answered.

Interested in electrifying your home? Curious about what the electrifications experts have to say?

The Electrification 101 workshop will cover:
Alameda Post - Electrification 101 Workshop

  • Electrification basics
  • How to prepare your home to be electrification ready
  • Hear testimonials from other Alameda residents who have electrified
  • Learn about AMP’s rebates and cost savings

In-person spots are limited and virtual option is available. Interpretation/translation services are available upon request during registration.

Registration: Register here (English) | 中文登记 (Chinese) | registrarse en español (Spanish)

In September 2019, the City Council adopted the City of Alameda’s Climate Action and Resiliency Plan (CARP), with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 50% below 2005 levels by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions as soon as possible.

With Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) now providing 100% clean electricity, Alameda’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from buildings comes primarily from natural gas consumption. Natural gas use in buildings accounts for 27% of Alameda’s total GHG emissions linked to climate change. The only source sector with more local GHG emissions is the transportation sector (70%).

Alameda has taken the first step towards reducing building emissions by requiring new development to be all-electric with certain exceptions in 2021. The next step is to tackle existing buildings. Alameda is currently in the process of developing an equitable and cost-effective electrification roadmap for existing buildings.

For more information about Alameda’s sustainability efforts, please visit the City’s website: or read the Climate Action and Resilience Plan 2021 Annual Report [PDF].

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