A summary of the comments from the 100+ participants at the three workshops on September 23rd, 25th and 26th is now available. The PowerPoint presentations are also now available. Visit the “September 2013 Workshops” page to access them.
On October 1, there will be a Webcast on the California Public Utilities Commission’s proposed Residential Zero Net Energy Action Plan. Click the link above for information and registration.
CEC Workshop: Development of an Energy, Air, Water and Climate Change Co-Benefits of Renewable Power Generation and Fuels Research Roadmap
Don’t miss the California Energy Commission Workshop on “Development of an Energy, Air, Water and Climate Change Co-Benefits of Renewable Power Generation and Fuels Research Roadmap” on September 19th.
Water related energy use accounts for approximately 19% of California’s electricity usage, emphasizing the opportunity to conserve energy through water efficiency measures. This breakout session from
Ken Alex, Director, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research and Senior Advisor to Governor Jerry Brown, delivers the keynote address
Local governments throughout California are collaborating to share expertise and leverage resources. This session from the 4th annual SEEC Forum provides an overview of three regional energy efficiency
This breakout session from the 4th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) Forum provides information to develop successful, regionally relevant community and business outreach
Click here to see the presentation shared by Los Angeles County on their retro-commissioning program and best practices at the 2013 DOE Better Buildings Summit.
The State of California has seen two emerging sources of funding focused on supporting greenhouse gas emissions reduction efforts and energy efficiency. The state agencies, the legislature and numerous stakeholders are now in the process of determining how to utilize the revenues generated from the state’s cap-and-trade auctions (projected at $200M this fiscal year and…
Have designers and architects in your community looking to learn more about how to make zero net energy buildings a reality? Check out resources and workshops coming from PG&E: