Clean Energy for Ventura County Residents

Access to clean power should not be only for the privileged. Certain Ventura County residents have the power to choose where they want their electricity to come from. The Clean Power Alliance offers three tiers of competitively-priced clean energy options. and reinvests the revenue back into communities to provide additional benefits like green job creation and increased access to affordable clean energy for disadvantaged communities.

Electric Vehicle Information

Thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle or wanting to learn more? Are you a property manager that’s considering installing a charging station? There are various incentives and educational resources to accelerate the use of electric vehicles.

Check out the information below to learn more.

Drivers interested in buying an electric vehicle can qualify for incentives, rebates, tax credits, and more. Click the links below to learn more.

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Transportation Electrification – Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance (

Electric Vehicle Blueprint – Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance (

Property managers can help accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles by installing charging stations on their property. View the link below to learn more.

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Climate Action and Adaptation

In 2020, the Ventura County 2040 General Plan was adopted by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors and established a community Climate Action Plan (CAP) with the intended goal to reduce GHG emissions and mitigate climate change impacts. 

Learn more about Ventura County’s Climate Action Plan and how you can get involved.

Energy Efficiency and Home Energy Savings

Residents in Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo counties can participate in the Home Energy Savings program. Through this program, residents can save money while making their homes healthier with energy efficient upgrades. Both residents living in single-family and multifamily properties qualify. 

Central Coast Resilience Challenge


The Central Coast Resilience Challenge is a web-based public education tool that will allow residents to identify ways to reduce their carbon footprint, lower home and other costs, match up with incentive programs, and generally learning where their at home behaviors can have a positive impact on the environment. The tool will be customized to reflect Ventura County residents’ waste and energy usage and provide local resources.

DIY Energy Kits
DIY Home Energy Savings Toolkits offer residents a way to test their home for energy efficiency.