CaLEAP Tools & Materials

CaLEAP Fact Sheet — Download this two-page PDF document with a summary of the CaLEAP program's purpose and services to California local governments.

CaLEAP Slide Presentation — This brief slide set introduces CaLEAP.

Methodology — While there is not a "required" methodology for the CaLEAP project, a suggested methodology has been prepared. The methodology is seen as a "living document" and the project team will continue to solicit feedback and incorporate revisions as necessary. Review/download the current suggested methodology at this link.

Sample Energy Assurance Plan Table of Contents (TOC) — To help local governments to better understand the level of effort and possible requirements of the Energy Assurance Plan, the project team has prepared a sample Table of Contents (PDF).

Flowchart — The CaLEAP methodology was created utilizing the best industry standard information for local energy assurance, emergency management and other planning documents. The CaLEAP Methodology Flowchart is at this link.

Web Tool — The web tool is based on the suggested CaLEAP Methodology, with an emphasis on energy-related steps. Find the web tool at this link.

Development of EAPs — While recruitment is still being performed, the project team is currently working with over 20 local governments to prepare their EAP or incorporating energy assurance into other planning processes. Review a list of the current "active" local governments at this link.

Glossary — Find a comprehensive guide to Energy Assurance Planning terms at this link.

Coming Soon...

Sample EAP Sections — In support of the sample TOC, the project team is preparing samples of related sections. The intent is to further help local governments to understand the level of effort and the type of material that will need to be collected and produced.

Energy Overview — In support of creating an Energy Profile, the project team is preparing a brief overview of energy sectors (Electric, Natural Gas, Fuels and Renewables). The intent is to ensure that local governments have a basic understanding of energy; and understand the potential impacts at the local level.

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