Sustainable Energy

City Council adopted a Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan, which identifies goals for 2020 and 2030 as a roadmap towards reducing emissions and fostering sustainable initiatives.

  1. Cap & Trade Implementation

    View an explanation of the Cap and Trade Program and how the state uses it to encourage the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

  2. Feed-In Tariff Program

    Learn more about the city's Feed-In Tariff Program and how its used for energy that's purchased from eligible small-scale renewable energy resources within Anaheim's service territory.

  3. Green Building Program

    The many incentive programs we offer are designed to help you build greener – and more successfully – in Anaheim.

  4. Green Incentives

    Anaheim Public Utilities is leading the way in Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship! If you’re considering Going Green, check out our programs and services

  5. Green Power Program

    Learn about and access an online form to sign up for the city's Green Power Program.

  6. Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan

    What will Anaheim look like in 2030? In order for Anaheim to thrive, the electricity and water that provide for the basic needs will need to be reliable and clean, but also economically sustainable.

  1. Plug-In Electric Vehicles

    Find information and access resources for purchasing and owning a plug-in electric vehicle.

  2. Power Content Label

    Anaheim continues to transition from carbon intensive coal energy to clean renewable energy. From 2004 to 2015, Anaheim has increased renewable energy from 1% to 33% while reducing coal power from 73% to 37%.

  3. Renewable Energy Projects

    Anaheim has nine renewable projects which are projected to produce approximately 692,000 MWh of renewable energy from biomethane, geothermal, small hydroelectric, solar, and wind resources.

  4. Renewables Portfolio Standard

    Review documents concerning an amendment and adoption of the renewable portfolio standard.

  5. Solar / Customer Owned

    Are you thinking about going solar? A few helpful links...