Best Practices/Lessons Learned from Strategic Plan: 2013-2015 Final Report Funded by San Diego Gas & Electric Local Government Strategic Plan Strategies Program under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.
The California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission, and the New Buildings Institute (NBI) announced earlier this month California continues the march toward its zero net energy (ZNE) goals, with 108 new and renovated commercial
Greetings! This week we are providing a few updates that may be of interest to CAEECC members: SDG&E issued a Notice of Release of RFQ for WE&T providers for Energy Efficiency.
See the below May 9th update of the California Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee (CAEECC, or EECC). (For more on the Coordinating Committee, click here.)
Stage 2 Meetings of the California Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee (CAEECC, or EECC) Wondering what is the Coordinating Committee??
CPUC White Paper on Energy Efficiency Baselines for EE Programming, AB 802 Implementation: Comments Due May 10th
CORRECTED PAPER AND UPDATED COMMENTS DEADLINES RELEASED BY THE CPUC 4/28: Please see here. Yesterday afternoon, the CPUC’s Energy Division released its staff proposal on Energy Efficiency Baselines, following the commitments made in October’s rolling portfolio CPUC
Southern California Edison (SCE) has prepared some modifications to the path for strategic plan projects: see an overview presentation on the Program here. If you have any questions you can contact your SCE local government lead, or the Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Along with launching a new website, the Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee (EE CC, authorized by CPUC Decision 15-10-028) has made it easier to stay informed on Committee and Subcommittee activities and plans: a Constant Contact list. Click here to sign up and stay informed on these very fast-paced and unique opportunities for stakeholder feedback. As…
Yesterday’s meeting of the Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee’s Public Sector Sub-Committee reviewed the analysis of the Program Administrators that will feed the five-year business plans of energy efficiency program offerings and strategies due from Administrators to the CPUC September 1st. Presentations of public sector needs and potential, challenges and opportunities were made by SDG&E, SCE,…
The EE Coordinating Committee‘s website is now live: visit www.caeecc.org for the latest information on how to analysis and progress to date on Program Administrators’ developments of multi-year business plans for energy efficiency programming and funds – and how you can get involved. For information on the public sector sub-committee’s upcoming meeting on March 16th, click here.
Public Sector Sub-Committee 3/16 Meeting Basics: What It Is, Why It’s Happening and Why It’s a Significant Opportunity for Local Government Feedback on Utility/PA Offerings
The 5-second answer to the above: The March 16th meeting is a unique opportunity to hear and give feedback on the public sector market/needs analysis conducted by energy efficiency Program Administrators, which will be used to develop their business plans for their energy efficiency programming for the next five years. The meeting is a new opportunity…
The Coordinating Committee, authorized by CPUC Decision 15-10-028, will be hosting the second Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee meeting and first commercial and residential subcommittee meetings on February 22nd and 23rd in San Diego and by webinar. The meeting will focus on stakeholder input into the CPUC jurisdiction Program Administrators’ commercial and residential market assessments and…
The Energy Efficiency “Coordinating Committee” (authorized by CPUC Decision 15-10-028) will be hosting the second EE Coordinating Committee meeting and first commercial and residential subcommittee meetings on February 22 and 23rd in San Diego at SDG&E’s Energy Innovation Center (4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA), and by webinar. Subcommittee membership is open and local government…
The California Public Utilities Commission Decision Establishing Energy Efficiency Savings Goals and Approving 2015 Energy Efficiency Programs and Budgets was released this week. If you don’t have time to read this 179-page document, here’s a summary from Lara Ettenson at NDRC.
Below is a recording of the 6th Annual SEEC Forum’s final plenary session. Hear from California Building Industry Association (CBIA)’s Bob Raymer how Title 24’s new code requirements (coming 2017) like high performing attics