Sustainable Energy Roadmap

Sustainable Energy Roadmap (SER) provided a critical pathway for San Joaquin Valley communities to become resilient. This effort was focused on supporting Valley communities to set and pursue goals related to smart growth, transportation, land use, climate, and energy. The program was sponsored by California’s Strategic Growth Council through Proposition 84 funding.

 

What is the Roadmap?

Sustainable Energy Roadmap refers to an intentional process and online platform that supports San Joaquin Valley cities and counties to benchmark clean energy and sustainable development policies and programs, identify relevant best practices, and adopt goals that make sense and support the resiliency the environment, economy and most disadvantaged communities.

What will it do for your jurisdiction?

Public agencies benefit from a regional, collaborative model, receiving tailored guidance and resources for implementing climate-friendly policies and programs. Led by a collective of partners that includes the San Joaquin Valley Regional Policy Council and the Madera County Transportation Commission, municipalities receive customized roadmaps and consulting, informed by data, replicable models and community input.

What is the end result?

Municipal participants in SER will make significant progress accomplishing chosen goals, benefitting from:

  • $5,000 program stipend (available to first 18 agency sign-ups)
  • Environmental and energy benchmarking
  • Tailored Roadmaps on energy efficiency, renewable energy, transportation & land use
  • Goal setting tied to regional and national best practices
  • Policy, program and project resources and adoption assistance
  • Environmental Justice Community (EJC) needs assessment, engagement and supporting services
  • Online platform, regional and national recognition
  • • Community linkages to regional green employers and workforce development partners & pathways