The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approves PG&E’s proposal to expand eligibility requirements for community-proposed microgrids. The Oakland EcoBlock is featured as an example of how PG&E can collaborate on community resilience.
2020 will surely be remembered for its challenges—but it also marks the beginning of new conversations and new hope.
The EcoBlock team supports Black Lives Matter and pledges to focus on greater racial equity and inclusivity. We recognize there can be no climate justice without racial justice.
The EcoBlock Team is pleased to announce the selection of the Pilot EcoBlock site in Oakland’s Fruitvale District. This will be the first-of-its-kind block to demonstrate neighborhood-scale solutions to urban resilience, including energy and water efficiency, a communal solar-powered microgrid, and shared electric transportation.