CFPA has continued to dialog with City staff, City Council, the Utility Advisory Commission and members of the community. We’ve presented numerous policy proposals designed to put Palo Alto on track for meeting their ambitious goal of an 80% reduction of GHG levels by 2030 (80/30).
CFPA proposes BE Smart to electric utilities and CCE’s as a means to achieve the mass electrification of existing residential buildings over the next 10 to 20 years. Installing electric devices instead of their natural gas equivalents must be made the easy, affordable and default choice for building owners and renters if we are to meet our GHG reduction goals and stop further investment in soon to be stranded natural gas fueled assets.
For more information about BE Smart – read this:
BE Smart. (PDF)
The Challenge of Mass Beneficial Electrification
Slides from a November 2020 presentation by founder Bruce Hodge on Mass Beneficial Electrification
An excellent resource for understanding how we can fix the climate by electrifying is this:
Rewiring America Handbook. (PDF)
Watch the Rewiring America video on YouTube