Energy & Water Efficiency Workshops
Throughout the year, the City of Palo Alto typically offers a variety of events and workshops focused on resource sustainability, emergency preparedness, community resilience, and more. Learn how to reduce waste, conserve water, save energy, and prevent pollution.
Virtual Low-Water Use Landscape Workshops
Virtual low water use landscape workshops are now available from our partners at the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA). View a variety of webinar recordings at your convenience.
View presentations from previous workshops.
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All-Electric Homes Webinar
Thursday, October 22nd, 6 PM- 7 PM
Join us for the next topic of our 2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan (S/CAP) webinar series: All-Electric Homes 101! We will discuss how electrification contributes to the City’s 80x30 goal, available technologies, and steps to plan for your home’s electrification.
The City launched a webinar series in September 2020 to highlight various topics in the proposed 2020 S/CAP. The webinar series will culminate with a virtual S/CAP webinar to get community input on the Key Actions to include in the final 2020 S/CAP. Visit our Community Engagement page to register for any of the webinars, view past recordings, and learn more.
Tuesday, October 27th, 6:30 PM-7:30 PM
There is no better time to go solar! Now through November 30th, you can sign up for SunShares to receive discounts on rooftop solar and battery storage from vetted solar contractors.
Learn more about your local, clean energy options! In this webinar, you will learn about Bay Area SunShares, a renewable energy program offering discounts on installing solar and battery storage. SunShares is your opportunity to make a deeper commitment to clean energy and make your home resilient.
Join us for an introductory, one-hour webinar that explains how SunShares works, the basics of solar technology, financing, and incentives. We'll also discuss how solar works in Palo Alto – interconnection and electricity rates.
We will have representatives from the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3), the three vetted installers, and the City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) available to answer any questions you may have about going solar or installing battery storage. We look forward to you joining us for the CPAU SunShares webinar!
Other Local Events & Workshops:
Lucie Stern Demonstration Garden
Palo Alto City Hall Demonstration Garden
UCCE Master Gardener's Demonstration Garden
Transition Palo Alto Share Faire
Document Shredding Events
Repair Café Palo Alto
Citywide Yard Sale
2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan (S/CAP) Webinar Series
Last Updated: June 15, 2020