Save the Date! The 7th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Forum will take place June 15th-16th, 2016 in Riverside, CA. Planning for the topics and structure of the Forum is underway – you are invited to help shape the Forum by taking a few minutes to complete this survey. If you are new to the Forum,…
Today, a new and improved website is launched for the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative! The new site will continue to be your portal to the myriad of resources produced or collected by SEEC partners with a streamlined interface to keep you better informed of relevant news, events, and new resources.
Reading too much to figure out cap and trade funding? Take a look at this infographic on funding flow to different cap and trade programs provided by the Local Government Commission (LGC).
Missed our AB 802 and SB 350 overview webinar? It’s not too late to hear directly from CEC Commissioners Hochschild and McAllister on what these new pieces of legislation mean for local government:
The City of South Gate is first city in Southern California to win the Beacon Award, presented through Institute for Local Government and Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC). As shared by the Institute in its press release, “It is an honor to be the first Southern (more…)
This publication from the Institute for Local Government, Cap and Trade: Investing in California’s Communities, provides a helpful overview of cap and trade funding to date across the transportation, energy efficiency, and natural resources sectors. Project eligibility for the 2014-15 funding cycle and eligible project examples are shared. For more on cap and trade funding, click…
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 (more…)
ClearPath is a suite of online tools developed by ICLEI that supports local governments in building an greenhouse gas inventory, forecasting, and developing a climate action plan. Learn about the new 2015 SEEC ClearPath software tool features with this recorded webinar, below.
In case you missed it at the 2015 Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) Forum, a presentation of the Marin Sustainability Tracker, shared by Marin Clean Energy Partnership’s Christine O’Rourke, is available on the Local Government Commission (LGC)’s website. For more on the Tracker, click here.
Learn what Santa Barbara County is doing to further zero net energy goals in its community – including its offerings through the Smart Build Santa Barbara program – in this presentation by the County at the 6th Annual SEEC Forum.
Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Forum! The forum will take place on June 18th in downtown Sacramento. This full day event is offered at NO COST to California local governments. Visit the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) website for more information and to register.
Energy Upgrade California Overview: Opportunities for Supporting Municipal and Community Programming
New to Energy Upgrade California (EUC)? Watch the below video to see how local governments can get involved to help promote the program and connect their residents and businesses to financial and technical resources – and also for opportunities to influence and provide feedback on Energy Upgrade California.
Local governments face continually shrinking budgets making it increasingly difficult to find a sustainable funding source for local government energy programs. This webinar will (more…)
The Local Government Commission (LGC), through the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC), hosted this webinar to focus on clearing up confusion on the roles (more…)
In 2013, the Fresno Energy Watch identified a trend of small and medium-sized businesses receiving energy assessments through the PG&E Direct Install Program; businesses that were recommended upgrades with a co-pay valued at less than $5,000 often did not convert into installs due to lack of attractive financing options for the co-pay. In response, the…