Clean Energy Partnership

Bringing the power of partnership to move towards 100% clean energy in Los Angeles and beyond

Accelerating the transition to 100% clean energy in Greater Los Angeles.

The partnership developed the
Clean Energy 2028 Roadmap

to accelerate the reduction of GHG emissions by an additional 15% across the electricity, building, and transportation sectors ahead of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This 15% GHG reduction will be met via building electrification, clean distributed generation, energy-transportation nexus, and grid efficiency and resiliency.

Clean Energy 2028 Roadmap

Leadership Group

Advisory Group

Other Contributions

Accenture | Amazon Web Services | Ashipa Electric | The Eli & Edythe Broad Foundation | California Natural Resources Agency | Camus Energy  C-ZAR Power | Electriq Power | Electrify America | Electrum | Fermata Energy | Google X | IBEW 11| LA28 | Los Angeles Business Council | Los Angeles Better Buildings Challenge | Lightspark Inc | Molecule Systems | PCS Energy  | Portable Solar | Rheem  | Schneider Electric  | Stantec | Tesla  | University of Southern California  | University of California, Los Angeles  | U.S. Department of Energy | Veolia | 3insys

We set three solution-oriented, priority pathways

with related specific targets to spur innovation and accelerate implementation via recommended policies, pilots, and other initiatives.

Electrify and Decarbonize Buildings.

Accelerating the electrification of buildings, thereby achieving an additional 29% reduction in GHG emissions from buildings

Building and Transportation Electrification.

Meeting new building and transportation electric load by deploying 1298 MW of clean, responsive distributed generation–including a Virtual Power Plant (VPP)-and energy-transportation nexus innovations.

Grid Resiliency.

Developing a smart, modernized local distribution grid to increase community resilience and enable clean technology innovations while improving affordability, creating green jobs, and reducing health risks.

Power in partnership

The Clean Energy Partnership is Co-chaired by LACI CEO Matt Petersen and California Energy Commission Chair David Hochschild.

Members include Los Angeles City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, LA Department of Water and Power (LADWP), LA County’s Sustainability Office, Southern California Edison (SCE), Clean Power Alliance, California Independent System Operator (CAISO), Sunrun, Swell Energy, and Wells Fargo.

We must ensure that this green economy goes beyond net zero emissions to provide thousands of new, well-paying jobs, deploy retrofit and new technology in low- and moderate-income communities, and improve public health and livelihoods for all Angelenos. LACI’s Clean Energy Partnership establishes potential pathways to reduce our carbon emissions and improve the lives of Angelenos.

Karen Bass

Mayor of Los Angeles