We are delighted you made it to this page as the Local Clean Energy needs the help of individuals and organizations that want to advance clean renewable energy in the Bay Area. We hope that you will share your enthusiasm and expertise with us. Here is how you can get involved:
The Bay Area is incredibly well-positioned for a transition to a local clean energy economy, perhaps more so than any other region in this country. The Local Clean Energy Alliance (LCEA) welcomes organizational and inidividual members. Organizational members include nonprofits like Bay Localize, the Ecology Center, KyotoUSA, Pacific Environment, and the Sierra Club, and businesses like Sun Light & Power, SunEnergy, Nomad Café, and Crunchy Foods. We encourage both interested individuals and organizations to review our membership categories and join the alliance.
The Alliance has a few committees that lead our work in a number of program areas. Some of these focus on campaigns and grass-roots organizing, some work on research and issue analysis, and some help us with organizational development. Check out our committees and contact our Coordinator to get more involved.
Our regular monthly meetings generally occur at the Central Historic Building at 436 14th Street, near the intersection of Broadway and 14th, and conveniently located by the 12th Street BART station. For meeting times and information, please visit the Home page or call the Bay Localize office at (510) 834-0420.
See information about our previous meetings (List is being updated...).
We always have a need for volunteers who would be interested in community outreach, research, organizing, membership development, and event staffing. Get more information on specific types of volunteer positions.
We have a limited number of intern positions open from time to time. These are a great opportunity to gain experience on energy policy advocacy while providing us needed assistance. Internships provide a very small stipend. Check here for any current openings.
We are curently looking for a part-time consultant to assist with our upcoming fifth Clean Power, Healthy Communities conference. Check here for more information.
We are looking for new leadership at the LCEA: people who are committed to our goals and passionate about a clean energy future, and about the clean power, healthy communities perspective of the LCEA. To make a nomination for Steering Committee, click here.
Join the Oakland Community Choice Energy Campaign!
(List below is being updated...)