City Energy Action Plan
Energy action plans, commonly known as "EAPs," are documents that demonstrate local governments' commitment to pursue energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These plans assist cities to craft long-term vision and commitment to achieve energy efficiency in the community and in municipal operations.
Energy action plans for 27 of San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments' (SGVCOG) member agencies were first developed in 2012 through funds from Southern California Edison (SCE) and focused on greenhouse gas emission reduction in both community and municipal operations. In 2019, SGVCOG partnered with 4 of the 27 cities that developed EAPs in 2012 to update the plans' language. The 2019 updates were funded by both SCE and the Southern California Gas Company and focused only on reducing energy and water usage in municipal operations.
2012 Energy Action Plan