Citizen Advisory Board (CAB)

What is it?

This group, which is made up of community stakeholders and appointed by Mayor Kelly, serves to advise and guide the Southface, Greenlink, and ACCGov through the planning process. Before any decision is made, the CAB will weigh in their opinions and any potential oversight. If you would like more information, you can view the Boards and Authorities page that highlights the Clean and Renewable Energy Citizen Advisory Board here


Meetings So Far

June 5th 1st On-Boarding CAB Meeting

  • Agenda and Meeting Notes
  • Purpose:
    • Introduce CAB members to Southface, Greenlink, and staffers at ACC Office of Sustainability
    • What the expected role of the CAB will be moving forward
    • CAB tasked with designating a member of their organization to be their official representation within the CAB
  • Video:
    •  You can watch the entire meeting here

July 8th 2nd On-Boarding CAB Meeting 

  • Agenda and Meeting Notes
  • Purpose:
    • Introduce CAB members to public engagement strategy during COVID-19
    • Introduced CAB to some tools created by Greenlink and Southface
    • Tasked CAB with providing feedback of when to schedule monthly meetings, deliver feedback on promotional items, and to help idenfity stakeholders. 
  • Video:
    • You can watch the entire meeting here

August 19th Introducing the ACES Tool and Other Materials

  • Agenda and Meeting Notes
  • Purpose:
    • Southface and ACC presented new timeline of meetings, with new topics added.
    • CAB introduced to Greenlink's ACES too, and other energy modeling analysis tools. 
    • CAB tasked with reviewing the ACES tool and other utility burden material, ATHOS tasked with scheduling additional time in early Sept. for discussion of energy modeling resources.
  • Video:
    •  You can watch the entire meeting here.