The Clean Economy Strategy update (“CES 2.0”) aims to build on the foundation of the 2011 CES to create a new plan that reflects the latest science, is shaped by community input, and incorporates consultant recommendations refined through work with dozens of peer cities and tailored to Renton’s needs.
Click here to view the CES 2.0 fact sheet!
How We'll Get There
The CES 2.0 planning process is already underway and will continue through early 2023. Visit the “Get Involved” tab of this website to learn how you can be a part of this process.
In addition to engaging with the community and advisory committee, we are working with the Interdepartmental Team (IDT) to develop the CES 2.0. The IDT is a group of key City staff, department heads, and implementation leads who meet at project milestones to review and give feedback on key elements of the CES 2.0. The IDT includes representatives the following departments:
Community and Economic Development
Parks and Recreation
Renton Regional Fire Authority
City Attorney’s Office
Equity, Housing, and Human Services
CES 2.0 Planning Process Documents
Below are documents that have helped guide the development of the CES 2.0 thus far. These documents are materials from initial meetings with the Interdepartmental Team and the Community Advisory Committee.
Interdepartmental Team Meetings
Community Advisory Committee Meetings
Community Open House
2019 Greenhouse Gas Inventory
As a part of the Clean Economy Strategy 2.0 update, the City conducted a 2019 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventory as an update to its previous 2009 GHG inventory. This inventory is a quantitative data source that has informed the development of draft strategies and actions.
Below are the result of the 2019 GHG inventory.
In summary, approximately 95% of Renton's communitywide emissions result from energy use and transportation. The use of energy sources such as electricity, natural gas, and fuel oil make up 55% of total emissions, while on-road and off-road transportation make up 40% of total emissions. The remaining emissions are a result of waste generation, wastewater treatment, and refrigerant usage.