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CaLEAP Presentation

  1. 1. CaliforniaLocal Energy Assurance Plans (CaLEAP) California Energy Commission
  2. 2. Energy Assurance Identifying actions to ensure energy to localgovernment “key assets” needed to provide/sustain essential services during emergencies…..– Also referred to as Energy Resiliency 2
  3. 3. CaLEAP ObjectiveDemonstrate how to: – Prepare Energy Assurance Plans or – Incorporate energy assurance in other planning efforts  General Plans, Hazard Mitigation Plans, Emergency Operations Plans, Climate Action Plans, COOP/COGPresent new and evolving energy technologiesAwareness of dependencies/interdependenciesBuilding public and private partnerships to address energy concernsFocus on effects rather than cause; all hazards approach 3
  4. 4. CaLEAP Overview Project Team: CEC, ICF International, Public Technology Institute (PTI) Period of Performance: Sept 2011–March 2013 Stakeholders: Local Governments (Cities/Counties) Strategic Partners: Federal, State, Regional, Private Scope of Work/Main Deliverables: – California-specific Methodology  DOE’s/PTI’s Local Government Energy Assurance Guidelines  FEMA’s Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101 – Web-based Tool  User Manuals (Admin and User) – Technical Support 4
  5. 5. Stakeholders Berkeley, City of  Rancho Cucamonga, City of Fresno, City of  San Bernardino, County of Hayward, City of  San Diego, City of Humboldt, County of  San Francisco, City/County of Huntington Beach, City of  San Joaquin, City of Laguna Woods, City of  Santa Clarita, City of Lancaster, City of  Sonoma, County of Ontario, City of  Stockton, City of Palo Alto, City of  Taft, City of Costa Mesa, City of  Oakland, City of Sacramento, City of 5
  6. 6. Strategic Partners State Agencies – CalEMA, OPR, CPUC, CDPH, CDFA, DWR, Ca. National Guard Regional Council of Governments – ABAG, SACOG, CALCOG, Fresno Non-Governmental Organizations – ARC, CUEA, NARR, CRA, Ca. League of Cities, Ca. League of Counties, Ca. Coalition for Rural Housing, Small Communities Network, San Joaquin Rural Valley Center Private and Public Sector Utilities – PG&E, SCE, SDGE, Muni 6
  7. 7. California-Specific MethodologyIncorporating Energy 4. EAP Implementation – Planning Team 1. Form Your Team 2. Develop Your Energy Assurance Plan (EAP) 3. Finalize EAP & Maintenance  Designate EAP  EAP Review  Training Coordinator – Emphasis 2a.Understand 2b.Identify 2c. Assemble  EAP Approval  Exercises  Identify EAP Your Situation Gaps Actions & Projects  Adopt &  Review & Update Working Group Disseminate the EAP  Create EAP  Present  Assess Threats  Develop Specific the EAPLocal Awareness Community Profile & Hazards Energy Assurance Vision & Mission Overview Objectives  Determine  Build Community Vulnerabilities  Identify Actions Energy Profile & Projects  Validate Your  Understand Your  Identify Actions – Energy Profile Situation (2a) Energy & Projects Interdependencies Resources & Dependencies  Prioritize Actions  Build Your All & ProjectsIdentify Key Assets Hazards Profile  Understand Your Emergency Framework  Identify Key AssetsAssess VulnerabilitiesIdentifying Solutions Incorporate into and Leverage from Your Existing Plans EAP UPDATES – Actions – Projects 7
  8. 8. Web-based ToolDriven by: – MethodologyInput from: – Advisory User Group – Select Stakeholders – Strategic PartnersAllows: – Start to finish production – Select production, based on need – Import/Export of Data – Expansion 8
  9. 9. Technical Support Group and one-on-one meetings – In person and conference calls Subject matter experts – Project Management/Planning – Emergency Management – Current and Evolving Energy Technologies – Risk Assessment – Quality Assurance/Quality Control Help identify public-private partnerships LEAP document review Project website ( 9
  10. 10. Next StepsOngoing recruitment of local governmentsCoordinate with Strategic PartnersHelp establish the public-private partnershipsCompletion of: – California-specific Methodology – Web-based Tool (target date- late Oct 2012)Provide Technical Assistance 10
  11. 11. ContactsDavid Michel, CEC- Contract Manager (916) 651-3747Andy Petrow, ICF- Project Manager (818) 294-5472Ronda Mosley, PTI- Deputy Project Manager (937) 667-4142 11