Thursday, Oct. 19

What is Net Zero and what does it take to get there?

The Republican-led city of Lancaster is leading the path to zero net energy use though a series of ambitious sustainability and climate change initiatives.

The city has saved millions of dollars in water and energy costs in the process and been lauded as “the best example of an aspiring zero-energy community.”

At this Legislative Lunch, you’ll learn:

  • How net-zero strategies benefit Lancaster’s bottom line
  • How community choice energy is working
  • How SLO could become a net-zero city

CaudleLancaster Deputy City Manager Jason Caudle has championed the city’s net-zero efforts, developing and implementing multi-scaled sustainable energy projects.

Caudle worked across party lines, engaged residents and partnered with the private sector in leading the formation of the Lancaster Power Authority, the California Clean Energy Authority and Lancaster Choice Energy, the city’s community choice aggregate.

Thank you to our Lead Sponsors:
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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Morris and Garritano

Pacific Western Bank

Wallace Group 300

And our Supporting Sponsors:

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