Hayward Equitable Electrification Update: Sustainability Committee Postponed

The Hayward Equitable Electrification Collaborative, a partnership between the Local Clean Energy Alliance, Cal State University East Bay (CSU East Bay), and the City of Hayward Environmental Services, is dedicated to promoting a just transition to all-electric alternatives for households, particularly within Hayward's Spanish-speaking communities. Committed public health students from CSU East Bay are central efforts to serve as community outreach workers. These students play a vital role in the Hayward Electrification Project by conducting active canvassing to gather valuable feedback and insights.

In our latest progress update, we were scheduled to present our community outreach results and discuss the collected data at the Hayward Sustainability Committee meeting at Hayward City Hall on May 13, 2024. Unfortunately, the meeting was canceled due to unforeseen circumstances and is rescheduled for September 16, 2024.

Our public health students have worked tirelessly, making a significant impact and informing the Spanish-speaking community about residential building electrification.

We would like to take a moment to express our heartfelt congratulations to our three student interns, Cynthia Campos, Janet Martinez-Barragan, and Valeria Mora, who have just graduated from CSU East Bay's Class of 2024. We are immensely proud of their achievements and the contributions they have made to our collaboration.

Stay tuned for more updates on our efforts. Thank you for your continued support!