In this episode, Chris Nelder speaks to energy efficiency expert Matt Golden about raising the profile of energy efficiency, sharing that energy efficiency (looking nationally) has been disproportionately neglected considering its extreme value, and also stating that efforts to
On Tuesday, Governor Brown announced a plan led by the California Air Resources Board (ARB) to extend cap-and-trade beyond its current expiration in 2020, to 2050. As nicely summarized by Utility Dive:
SCE Webinar 7/14: High Opportunity Programs or Projects (HOPPs), Including Public Buildings Retro-commissioning, On-Bill Financing, and Comprehensive Commercial HVAC
Southern California Edison (SCE) invites you to a webinar providing an overview on three High Opportunity Programs or Projects (HOPPs) proposals related to Public Buildings Retro-commissioning; On-Bill Financing; and Comprehensive
USEPA Webinar 7/19: Clean Energy Incentive Program Design Details Proposal for Community and Environmental Justice Groups
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is pleased to invite you to participate in a webinar on July 19, 1:00–2:00 PM (EDT), that will provide an overview of the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) Design Details Proposal for community and
Whittier Leverages Incentives and Support for Municipal Retrofits – Including Streetlighting, Lighting, HVAC, and VFD Upgrades
As covered in the Whittier Daily News: the City of Whittier is going green. It’s spending about $2.1 million on ways to make street lights and city buildings more energy efficient, a move that will pay for itself in about four years and save hundreds of thousands of dollars afterward, officials said.
As covered by Utility Dive: the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved an updated and revised Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), which provides $83 million a year through 2019 for behind-the-meter generation
Achieving Zero Net Energy (ZNE) may be easier than you think. Hear from the experts about ZNE and find out how Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC) successfully became a neighborhood ZNE Champion. Cindy Wu will share
To support California’s zero-emission policies, SCE is kicking off the Charge Ready Program by deploying infrastructure to serve qualified electric vehicle (EV) charging
See below on a free webinar from EnergyHub: click here to visit EnergyHub and register.
The California Department of Community Services & Development (CSD) will host a public comment opportunity for interested parties regarding the Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP) – Phase 2 design. CSD will provide a general overview of proposed modifications to the existing LIWP
New York State Relaunches Multifamily Program, with Benchmarking and Assistance for Existing Buildings and Incentives for Passive House and ZNE in New Construction
Looking outside California: a new multi-family energy program was announced this week from New York State. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
The California EE Coordinating Committee, which guides stakeholder engagement in the development of new energy efficiency program “business plans” by Program
A new proposed decision by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)’s Commissioner Michael Picker has been released, proposing a number of revisions to the
Weatherization Federal and State Funding: An Overview of What’s Available through the CA Dept. of Community Services and Development (CSD)
I’ve been getting a number of questions regarding weatherization funding, and had the opportunity to speak recently to a representative on weatherization funding opportunities
The California Department of Community Services & Development (CSD) will host a public comment opportunity for interested parties regarding the Low-Income Weatherization Program (LIWP) – Phase 2 design.