Building decarbonization refers to activities and programs that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings.
California Energy Commission adopts energy efficiency standards for appliances and buildings, which reduces air pollution and saves consumers money.
Energy Research and Development
Learn more about the California Energy Commission’s research, development and demonstration programs.
Energy Systems Infrastructure and Environment
California Energy Commission conducts geospatial, environmental, and engineering analyses to help guide renewable energy infrastructure development.
Equity and Diversity
The Energy Commission is committed to ensuring that all Californians enjoy the benefits of cleaner, more efficient energy.
California Energy Commission investments that accelerate the development and deployment of low- and zero-emission transportation fuels.
California is leading the nation toward a 100 percent clean energy future and addressing climate change for all.
California Energy Commission projects to encourage and improve load flexibility, which is adjusting load according to electric grid requirements.
Supplying electricity to the homes, farms, and businesses in California requires reliable electrical generation that delivers power to the grid.
California is leading the nation toward a 100 percent clean energy future and addressing climate change.