The Redwood Coast Energy Authority is governed by a board of directors whose members are appointed by the governing bodies of our member agencies.
The purpose of the Energy Authority is to develop and implement sustainable energy initiatives that reduce energy demand, increase energy efficiency, and advance the use of clean, efficient and renewable resources available in the region for the benefit of the Member agencies and their constituents. To further that purpose, the Redwood Coast Energy Authority works toward the following goals:
- To lead, coordinate and integrate regional efforts that advance secure, sustainable, clean and affordable energy resources
- To develop a long-term sustainable energy strategy and implementation plan
- To increase awareness of, and enhance access to, energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy opportunities available to the region
- To add value to, but not duplicate, energy services offered by utilities and others serving the region
- To keep key decision makers and stakeholders informed of policy, regulatory, and market changes that are likely to impact the region
- To support research, development, demonstration, innovation, and commercialization of sustainable energy technologies by public and private entities operating in Humboldt County
To develop regional capabilities to respond to energy emergencies and short-term disruptions in energy supply, infrastructure, or markets that could adversely affect Humboldt residents and businesses
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Enterprise Systems Catalog includes a list of the enterprise systems utilized by RCEA in compliance with the Public Records Act.
CivicSpark is a Governor’s Initiative AmeriCorps program dedicated to building capacity for local governments to prepare for climate disruption. The program provides high-quality, technical support for the planning, research and implementation of local climate action. By connecting state resources and tools with local leaders, CivicSpark is helping achieve California’s clean energy goals.
As a Joint Powers Agency, the organization has salary and compensation information posted on the State Controller's Government Compensation in California website in accordance with Assembly Bill 2040.