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SACRAMENTO. SHADE. SACRAMENTO SHADE. SACRAMENTO SHADE. A. Collaboration. A Collaboration. SACRAMENTO SHADE. A Community-Based Program Designed to Save Energy by Using Shade Trees. A Community-Based Program. Designed to Save Energy. by Using Shade Trees. In its 11th year.

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SACRAMENTO SHADE

A

Collaboration

a collaboration
A Collaboration

SACRAMENTO SHADE

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A Community-Based ProgramDesigned to Save Energyby Using Shade Trees

A Community-Based Program

Designed to Save Energy

by Using Shade Trees

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In its 11th year

Serviced over 100,000 households

Estimated 24 million volunteer hours

Planted over 300,000 shade trees

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Each tree

is an investment.

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$66 Per Tree

average, one time cost

Invests

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TREE

FOUNDATION

$33

SMUD $22

33%

50%

NURSERY

$11

17%

$66 Per Tree

investment

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TREE

FOUNDATION

$33

50%

Outreach

Selection

Siting

Instructions

Education

Stewardship

Monitoring

$66 Per Tree

investment

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SMUD $22

Oversight

Marketing

Evaluation

33%

$66 Per Tree

investment

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NURSERY

$11

17%

Tree

Stakes & Ties

Fertilizers

$66 Per Tree

investment

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SACRAMENTOSHADE

Since 1990

$20 million investment

By SMUD

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SACRAMENTO SHADE

  • Marketing
  • Tree Purchases
  • Program Analysis and Quality Assurance
  • Administration and Oversight

$10 Million spent by SMUD on:

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SACRAMENTO SHADE

  • Community Outreach
  • Energy and Tree Planting Education
  • Site visits and Evaluations
  • Tree Care Education
  • Tree Nursery and Distribution

$10 Million spent on Tree Foundation for:

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$90 Per Tree

annually

Investment Yields

Community Asset

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BENEFITS TO THE COMMUNITY

  • Reduced power generation by reduction of summer cooling load
  • Improves air quality
  • Instills conservation ethic
  • Increases aesthetics of region
  • Increases property values
  • Increases competencies in tree planting, care and stewardship
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BENEFITS TO SMUD

  • Saving energy by avoiding costs of producing or purchasing power ($1.5 Million annually)
  • Mitigate summer urban heat island
  • Improve region’s air quality
  • Promote community spiritand cooperation
  • Satisfied customers
  • Positive public relations value
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BENEFITS TO TREE FOUNDATION

  • Meet planting goal:1 Million Trees in 10 years
  • Increase community outreach and build public awareness
  • Increase organization’s capacity
  • Model large scale utility/non-profit collaboration
  • Positive public relations value
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LONG TERM BENEFITS

$90 Per Tree Annual Benefit

x (300,000 trees)

=

$27 Million per year

=

x (30 years)*

$810 Million

*average life span

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

1

Collaborative Intelligence

Develop a program that maximizes each partner’s strengths and resources, while providing key benefits to both

Synergy of each other’s mission and goals

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

Long Term Commitment

2

  • Nursery industry has stable demand
  • Leverage to contract for quality tree specifications
  • Participants receive on-going support and education
  • Experienced and secure staff

1990

2000

2010

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Close Communication

  • Program Liaisons
  • Executive PolicyCommittee

SUCCESS INDICATORS

3

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Scientifically JustifiedEnergy Cost-Benefit Analysis

Present Value Benefit

4

SUCCESS INDICATORS

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

Present Value Benefit

  • Less power produced
  • Less power purchased
  • Air quality
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SUCCESS INDICATORS

5

Strict Tree Siting Guidelines

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

One-to-One Contact

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  • Neighborhood meetings
  • Personal site visit
  • Tree planting and care agreement
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SUCCESS INDICATORS

7

Nurseries Grow Trees According to Specifications

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

8

Periodic Independent Program Review

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

9

Customer Satisfaction Surveys

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

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Optimum Planting Guidelines

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SUCCESS INDICATORS

11

Commitment To CustomerService & Stewardship

“It takes 3 years to plant a tree.”

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Regular Tree Inspections

SUCCESS INDICATORS

12

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SACRAMENTO

SHADE

SACRAMENTO SHADE

A Collaboration