The purpose of the California Tribal Gap Analysis (CTGA) is to identify tribal priorities, needs, and barriers in the areas of clean energy and climate change adaptation and resilience, and to provide recommendations for the development and enhancement of State of California programs, funding, technical assistance, and other support to address tribal needs and priorities. The California Tribal Gap Analysis also seeks to advance collaboration and build relationships between Tribes and State agencies to support current and future Tribal-State partnerships and grant programs. All California Native American Tribes, regardless of recognition status, are invited to participate.
The lead contractor for the CTGA project is Prosper Sustainably, LLC (woman-owned certified small business). Prosper’s team includes the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Luskin Center for Innovation, GC Green (Native American woman-owned certified DVBE and small business), OurEnergy, and SCG Consulting. The CTGA contract is being administered by the California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding from the California Energy Commission (CEC) that expires in 2022. The SGC and CEC make up a State Committee overseeing the CTGA project.
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Tribal perspectives are needed to inform State clean energy and climate change programs for Tribes. CTGA recommendations will be based on input from participating Tribes and are anticipated to have a meaningful impact on future State funding and assistance for Tribes.
Please email email@example.com or complete this short form indicate your Tribe's interest in completing a CTGA questionnaire.
California Tribes are invited to participate in upcoming events where the CGTA Team will share project information (click the link to register). Recordings and slides from past events are also shared below, if available.
Tribal Energy and Climate eXchange (TECX) Meeting - January 2022 Date and Time TBD
Past Events (click event title to view recording, if available)
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Meeting #6 - New SGC Regional Climate Collaborative Program (click here to download slides)
November 18, 2021
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Meeting #5 - CTGA Grant Funding Opportunities Database and Grantwriting Tips, Tools, and Resources for Tribes (click each of the following to download or access meeting slides, grant opportunity review template, grant writing plan template, CTGA grant opportunities database)
September 21, 2021
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Meeting #4 - Strategic Growth Council AHSC and TCC Grant Opportunities for Tribes (click here to download slides)
September 7, 2021
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Meeting #3 - CARB California Climate Investments Programs Opportunities for Tribes (click here to download slides)
August 24, 2021
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Meeting #2 - CEC EPIC Program: Advancing Clean Energy Innovation in Partnership with Tribes (click here to download slides)
August 10, 2021
California Climate Investments Webinar Series - Tribal Governments (click here to download slides)
July 27, 2021
California Tribal Energy and Climate Exchange (TECX) Kickoff Meeting - CPUC 4 Pillar Metholody for Valuing Resiliency (click here to download slides)
July 19, 2021
California Tribal Resiliency Conference hosted by the California Energy Commission (click here to download slides)
May 19-20, 2021
How Tribes Can Participate in the California Tribal Gap Analysis Project webinar (click here to download slides)
May 5, 2021
Caltrans Native American Advisory Committee Quarterly Meeting (click here to download slides)
March 3, 2021
Energy and Resilience Opportunities and Resources for California Tribes (click here to download slides)
California Tribal Gap Analysis Webinar
November 10, 2020
Intertribal Panel - Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) Annual Symposium (you must register to view the recording)
October 19, 2020
Energy, Adaptation, and Community Resiliency Resources, Opportunities, and BMPs for Tribal Communities
Tribal EPA Region 9 Annual Conference
October 13, 2020
More project information and events will be added to this website on an ongoing basis.
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The CTGA Team will be seeking the input and involvement of California Tribes beginning in the fall of 2020 through early 2022. We encourage any person or Tribe interested in the California Tribal Gap Analysis to sign up for the CTGA Newsletter by going to the CTGA Email Newsletter Signup Form.
For more information, contact the CTGA Team at:
805-694-8089 | www.caltribalgapanalysis.org | firstname.lastname@example.org