CSU Long Beach is hiring for an Energy Analyst to support its Energy and Sustainability program. In addition to data analytics, this position will be critical support for CSU’s energy efficiency partnership and the establishment of the
The San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (District) is currently accepting applications for the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Grant
This week the mayors of Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Oakland, and Vancouver joined the leaders of the states of Washington, Oregon, California, and the
The Center for Sustainable Energy has prepared a Sustainable Incentives Best Practices Assessment for the Port of San Diego, released April 2016. This is a great resource for local governments considering green leases and landlord-tenant energy efficiency solutions. The full Port Best Practices report is available here and the introduction of the report is shared below:
As reported by the Long Beach Gazettes: The Long Beach Water Department will partner with tech company WaterSmart
The City of Victorville, located in San Bernardino County, passed its draft Climate Action Plan earlier this month. Learn more in the coverage by Victorville Daily Press below, or
As shared by Lancaster Choice Energy, “Lancaster Choice Energy, the City of Lancaster’s very own locally-run clean energy power program, was recently awarded a $1.47 million dollar grant by the California Energy Commission. The grant serves as a way for
As reported by The Coast News Group, Solana Beach “moved one step closer to increasing its use of renewable energy after council members at the May 11 meeting took several actions in response to a Community Choice Aggregation, or CCA, technical analysis
Congratulations to the City of Santa Monica for updating their City code that reaches beyond the energy code to further local solar photovoltaic installs. A summary from the City’s website is below. The California Green Building Standards (CALGreen) and California Energy Code (Energy
Cleantech San Diego is hiring for a Project Manager! A brief description is below; click here for more and to apply. Cleantech San Diego is a nonprofit member organization that positions the greater San
The launch of the Los Angeles Energy Atlas was covered in the Fall 2015 edition of our CURRENTS newsletter. Get an update and learn from UCLA in Power Users: Learning to Waste Less how the Atlas has been used for the development of Los Angeles’s new
Q&A Available from CEC for Los Angeles Regional Energy Innovation Cluster Grant Funding Opportunity (GFO)
The answers to questions posed in the pre-application workshop for funding for the Los Angeles Regional Energy Innovation Cluster are now posted on the CEC’s website here.
New Report and Upcoming Webinar: How Adding Storage to Solar Could Reduce Electric Costs by up to 100% for Multi-Family Affordable Housing Renters and Property Owners
A new report, Closing the California Clean Energy Divide by California Housing Partnership, Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE), and Clean Energy Group finds that
Click here for coverage by the Press Enterprise discussing San Francisco’s energy savings findings from its recent benchmarking report, the City of Los Angeles’s work toward an energy and water efficiency ordinance, and more.
For fresh ideas on energy savings, the place to be on June 10, 2016 is SDG&E’s 11th annual Energy Showcase.