NEWS & ALERTS

Cool Steps Help Fight Global Warming
James Temple
February 9, 2013
California Air Resources Board Announces Cap-and-Trade Workshops
Tom Slivick
February 5, 2013
California Air Resources Board Issues AB 32 Report
Stoel Rives LLP4
Allison Smith
February 4, 2013
A New California Record...In February
It looks as though California has broken another solar powerrecord, and it's done so in one of the least-sunny times of yearpossible. According to preliminary figures provided by theCalifornia Independent System Operator, the state's grid receivedmore than 1,300 megawatts of power from solar arrays for a fewhours on Wednesday, likely an all-time record -- in a month whenthe sun shines with less intensity than at most other times ofyear. Keep in mind that California only passed the 1,000-megawattmark in its solar generating output on August 20, 2012…
By: Chris Clarke
February 6, 2013
California Industry's Greenhouse Pollution Dropped Again in 2011
By: Chris Clarke
January 22, 2013

Solar Water Heating Request For Proposal
Responses Due: April 19, 2013 >> 

California Considering 25 Projects for Carbon Offset Credits
Bloomberg
Lynn Doan
March 8, 2013 >>

New Bills to Follow: AB 32
Kate's Cliffnotes
February 26, 2013 >>

ARB Auction Results for California Cap-and-Trade
Results Now Available  
February 22, 2013 >> 

Cool Steps Help Fight Global Warming
James Temple
February 9, 2013
>>

California Air Resources Board Announces
Cap-and-Trade Workshops

Tom Slivick
February 5, 2013
>>

California Air Resources Board Issues AB 32 Report
Stoel Rives LLP4
Allison Smith
February 4, 2013 >>

A New California Record...In February
Chris Clarke
February 6, 2013 >> 

California Industry's Greenhouse Pollution Dropped Again in 2011
Chris Clarke
January 22, 2013 >>

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

National Fuel Funds Network's: LIHEAP Action Day 2013
Washington DC
Wednesday April 10, 2013
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

A Conference on Cap-and-Trade
University of California Sacramento Center
Thursday February 28, 2013
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

E Newsletter

What We Do          

ACCES is an association of non-profit organizations, for-profit corporations, and agencies affiliated with the Community Action Partnership throughout the state of California.

argaiv1492

Our mission is to set a statewide agenda for energy policy affecting low-income Californians; to facilitate access, coordination, advocacy, and service delivery.

As a non-profit statewide association, ACCES provides a comprehensive network of public and private program operators, state agencies, and investor owned and municipal utilities with information to facilitate better operation and coordination of energy programs for the low-income communities of California. Our members provide energy services that include:


FP 1

HEAP

Families struggling with the high cost of energy can get help paying their utility bills.
Learn more »

FP 3

Weatherization

Our members make homes more energy efficient – saving money and the environment.
Learn more »

FP 2

Solar

ACCES is on the cutting edge of solar technology for low-income communities.
Learn more »

FP 4

Emergency Response

When disaster strikes ACCES members are on the front lines in our communities.
Learn more »


In an effort to continue notifying the public of what we do and keeping up with current events, we have the following social media pages set up: