On May 11, 2022, Town Council of Moraga recieved a staff report and presentation on the Town Facilities Energy Generation Study. The staff report and presentation can found in the Town Council Agenda section for May 11, 2022.
Below is link to the current 95% draft Town Facilities Energy Generation Study report:
On January 12, 2022, Town Council of Moraga adopted the 2021-22 Capital Improvements Budget, which included a Town Facilities Energy Generation Study. The objective of the study was to identify appropriate redundant power needs and sources for various Town-owned facilities in case of power outages or disruptions that could adversely impact critical services.
On January 12, 2022, Town Council awarded a Professional Services Agreement to Clean Coalition of Santa Barbara, California to conduct the Town Facility Energy Generation Study (CIP 21-109) project.
The study is assessing the use of various alternative energy sources and the energy reliability needs of the existing Town-owned facilities at 329 Rheem Blvd, 335 Rheem Blvd, 2100 Donald Dr, and 1500 Saint Mary’s Rd.
Stakeholder feedback is critical to help inform the preparation of this important Study. A Public Meeting was held held on Thursday, April 21, 2022 via Zoom to receive community comments and feedback. The Town requested that interested community members attend. For more information, view the video below.