Climate Commitment Act projects and programs

Gov. Jay Inslee is visiting projects and programs around Washington that are examples of how the Climate Commitment Act will be put to work to help families, schools, businesses and local governments. Select an item to see photos or video of the visit.

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Free youth fares come to Amtrak Cascades in Washington

Making aluminum production more climate friendly and supporting jobs in Spokane

Conserving legacy forests and restoring old-growth forests

Efficiency upgrades to affordable housing in Vancouver

WA bike safety program goes statewide

These home electrification and efficiency improvements could cut costs and carbon

Beyond Fossil Fuels: The rise of clean energy jobs and climate solutions in WA

CCA charges ahead with EV Expansion in Vancouver, WA

5th grade students tout benefits of energy efficiency projects at their school

Skagit PUD mini-hydroelectric power plant

Weatherization improvements reduce resident's bill by 2/3

UW Climate Panel with students and scientists about the pace and risks of climate change

Electrification of a pier, including EV chargers for electric tugs and barges, and infrastructure for cargo ships to plug into the electric grid while docked

Electric buses in Spokane: City Line bus rapid transit route has pickups every fifteen minutes and late hours

The Catalyst Building - net-zero energy building that respond flexibly to utility grid demands

Free transit and ferries for youth 18 and under

New Washington Climate Corps puts young people and veterans to work on climate-related projects

Clean Hydrogen Hub will be supercharged with up to $1B in fed $ and support 17 projects around the state

EV charging station project, which is just one of almost 100 funded by recent grants from Commerce

Amtrak’s first-in-the-nation electric bus

Opening of Vicinity Motor Corps, helping build more electric trucks and buses for Washingtonians

Shore power at ferry terminal to support new hybrid-electric ferries (WSDOT)

First all-electric ferry for Guemes Island, funded by CCA

New solar, updated HVAC and energy efficient lighting

Farmworker family installed solar and weatherization, brought one family’s monthly energy bill to zero

Improved air quality monitoring technologies will help focus anti-pollution efforts in overburdened neighborhoods

Port of Tacoma installing shore power and electrifying vehicles

Capturing methane from landfills, thanks to new rule and CCA funding