Reports and testimony produced by the Center for Climate Protection

2016

Community Choice Energy: What Is the Local Economic Impact? prepared by the Center for Climate Protection and Fosterra
San José, California, Case Study

Capturing Local Economic Benefits from Renewables:  Recommendations for Community Choice Energy Leaders prepared by the Center for Climate Protection

2015

Electric Vehicles in Sonoma County: A White Paper on EV Status and Paths to AdoptionGHG chart 072815

Sonoma County Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report for 2014, by Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

2014

Planning Concepts for Sonoma Clean Power’s Local Energy Resources Development, by Woody Hastings. This Local Energy Resources Development Planning Concepts document builds on previous work in Sonoma County to identify and plan for the development of local (in-county) energy resources. It is intended to accelerate evaluation of the policies, programs, and financial mechanisms that may be employed by Sonoma Clean Power.

Proven and Promising Climate Measures From U.S. Communities for Possible Application in Sonoma County

2013

Comments on the Development of an Investment Plan for the Auction Proceeds, Sacramento, Ann Hancock

Renewable-­Based Energy Secure Community Sonoma County, prepared by the Center for Climate Protection for the California Energy Commission

2012

Sonoma County Greenhouse Gas Report for 2011, Alex Dolginow and Ann Hancock

Comments to CPUC on Carbon Allowance Revenue, Barry Vesser

2010

Alternatives Analysis: Electricity from Renewable Sources for Sonoma County, Paul Fenn, Dave Erickson, Michael Freehling

Status report for Sonoma County – 2010, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

Greenhouse gas emission tracking in Sonoma County, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

Appendix E – Developing A Community Protocol for Sonoma County, ICLEI

Appendix F – Draft Regional Inventory Guidance, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

2009

Status report for Sonoma County – 2009 , Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

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Community Climate Action Plan, Ann Hancock and a cast of thousands

Status report for Sonoma County – 2008, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

City of Sonoma, Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Action Plan Analysis, MSI Integrated Solutions (under the direction of the Climate Protection Campaign)

2007

Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Energy Use and Emissions Reduction Potential, Dave Erickson (prepared for Sonoma County Water Agency)

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Water Supply Operations: Current Inventory and Potential Reductions, John Rosenblum, Ph.D., Rosenblum Environmental Engineering

City of Rohnert Park Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Action Plan Analysis, Sam Pierce

City of St. Helena Greenhouse Gas Emissions – 2000 Inventory, Sam Pierce

Greenhouse Gas Emission Measurement in the Transportation Sector: Status, Problems and Possible Solutions, Jehan Sparks

Status report for Bay Area, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

Status report for Sonoma County – 2007, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

2006

Status report for Sonoma County, Dave Erickson and Ann Hancock

Local Energy Efficiency Program Efficiency Program Workbook, Navigant Consulting (Campaign was contributor)

2005

Report on the Integration of Air Quality Management and Climate Protection, Ann Hancock and Mike Sandler

Local Actions to Address Climate Change (“White paper”), Dave Erickson et. al.

Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventory for all sectors of Sonoma County, California, Ann Hancock, Mike Sandler

2003-2004

Summary Report, Greenhouse Gas Inventory Project, Ann Hancock

Electricity and Natural Gas Report, Edward C. Myers

Water and Wastewater Report, John Rosenblum

Methodology Supplement to the Water and Wastewater Report, John Rosenblum

Fleets Report, Simon Wooley

Employee Commutes Report, Dave Erickson

Solid Waste Report, Edward C. Myers

High Performance Climate Protection, Edwin Orrett

County of Sonoma GHG Analysis

City of Santa Rosa GHG Inventory Report