Integrated Resource & Activation Plan


The Integrated Resource and Activation Plan (IRAP), now wrapping up, comprehensively studies the technical and financial options available to UC Berkeley and sets the campus up to move into design and initial construction. Integrated Resource and Activation Plan activities have included technical analysis on the energy solutions, infrastructure siting options, financial strategies, legal and environmental consultation, and stakeholder engagement. This effort includes engagement with campus government relations, the research enterprise, donor services, faculty experts and advisors to government and industry partners, and the UC Office of the President.

Objectives considered in the study

Berkeley Clean Energy Campus objectives infographic

The Integrated Resource & Activation Plan will be published soon.

Edited August 2023.

Poppies & campus

Funding the IRAP

Three generous donors keen on implementing deep and transformational carbon reduction solutions have funded the first phases of this planning effort. The campus is currently seeking more donor partners and other resources to move this to the finish line. Contact the team if you are interested in supporting the plan and project or have ideas for us.


Clean Energy Campus Leads

Sally McGarrahan, Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities Services

Kira Stoll, Chief Sustainability & Carbon Solutions Officer

IRAP Campus Team Members

Jack Chang, Ph.D. Candidate in the Energy and Resources Group

Diane Coppini, Director of Engineering and Technical Services, Facilities Services

Ahmed Hassani, Campus Energy Engineer, Facilities Services

IRAP Consultants

Affiliated Engineers, Inc.


Burns & McDonnell

Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors, LLC