California’s Senate Bill 100 (SB100) aims for 100% of California’s retail energy to come from renewable and zero-carbon sources by 2045. Eagle Rock Analytics is supporting this goal by developing high-resolution hourly profiles of photovoltaic and wind power generation potential through end-of-century for the California Energy Commission’s supply analysis team to assess climate change impacts on zero-carbon energy supply. Photovoltaic generation is being evaluated both in terms of utility and distributed (e.g., rooftop mounted in residential or commercial areas) type systems, and wind generation is being evaluated both on and offshore. Since climate, weather, and the placement of generation sites all influence zero-carbon power resources, asset siting must account for climate change and statutory goals related to factors such as land-use, conservation, and environmental justice. We will develop a siting algorithm which accounts for these factors and more. This work is supported by California Energy Commission grant EPC-21-037