Contact AMBAG Energy Watch

For further information about the AMBAG Energy Watch Program please contact the Energy Watch Staff:

     Elisabeth Bertrand, Special Projects Manager:

          831-264-5094 or ebertrand@ambag.org

     Steve Campbell, Special Projects Associate:

          831-264-5103 or scampbell@ambag.org

     Amaury Berteaud, Special Projects Associate:

Energy & Climate Action Planning Program

Greenhouse Gas Inventories
AMBAG Energy Watch recognizes that while large metropolitan cities have been working on climate change mitigation projects for years, many of California’s smaller jurisdictions are in much earlier stages of grappling with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Many of these cities and counties lack the necessary staff and funds to devote to greenhouse gas reduction projects, and as a result, the vast majority of AMBAG’s 21 member jurisdictions had not quantified their baseline GHG emissions as of 2009.

Non-Profit Program

AMBAG Energy Watch assists non-profit organizations throughout Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties. Our goal is to provide energy efficiency assistance to all of the non-profits in the region to help them save money, save energy, and contribute more of their funds toward their mission. Services provided include the following:

Low Cost Direct Installation of Energy Efficiency Measures

PowerSave Program

Assisting the Monterey Bay Area Jurisdictions, Businesses, and School Districts through Computer Power Management for FREE!

2013-2014 Hospitality Program

AMBAG Energy Watch assists hospitality businesses throughout Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties. Our goal is to provide energy efficiency assistance to all of the hospitality businesses in the region to help them save money and save energy. Services provided include the following:

Low Cost Direct Installation of Energy Efficiency Measures

CCJDC

Sponsored by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG):
CCJDC website

The Central Coast Joint Data Committee (CCJDC) is a regional data sharing collaborative of the 5-county region of the Central Coast of California, from San Mateo through Santa Cruz, San Benito and Monterey to San Luis Obispo County.

Public and private agencies partner to share spatial data, much of which is used in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the purposes of research, analysis, public review and action.

Electric Vehicle Planning

AMBAG holds a seat on the Steering Committee for the Monterey Bay Electric Vehicle Alliance (MBEVA).

Public Participation Plan

The Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) incorporates public participation into all of its planning processes. The Public Participation Plan provides guidance in the structuring of regional transportation planning processes to ensure that, to the greatest extent possible, interagency consultation and public participation are an integral and continuing part of the regional transportation decision making process.

Central Coast Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)

ITS technologies are generally considered to be the incorporation of advanced technology into all parts of the transportation system to improve the movement of people, goods, services and information.

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