Collaborating with cities, counties and stakeholders to drive reach code development and adoption for long-term climate and energy efficiency benefits. View a list of adopted ordinances.
When the City of Piedmont adopted the second version of its Climate Action Plan in 2018, it set ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and began exploring reach code opportunities to advance electrification in the community's existing homes.
Onsite Water Reuse
Water Neutral Development
Controlled Environment Horticulture
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