School Facilities are faced with the challenges of finding funding and resources to pursue energy efficiency projects in K-12 schools. Improving energy efficiency in K-12 schools will reduce energy costs, and create a range of environmental, economic and educational benefits.
Are you wondering how to continue funding your district’s energy efficiency projects in the “Post-Prop 39” era? Curious to learn how others are leveraging external resources to keep their project pipelines (and budgets) on track?
Join the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) for a webinar on August 7th exploring funding and resources for K-12 schools pursuing energy efficiency. There is still a big need to bring school facilities across the state up to modern performance standards and those districts considering higher-efficiency options have access to a wide range of cost-saving programs to help them assess and implement projects offering maximum benefits. This webinar is designed for District Energy Managers, Administrators, and Operations staff.
Get insights straight from the source–the District staff leading energy efficiency projects at their schools
Hear the latest on funding opportunities and financing programs available to K-12 schools
Learn about implementation support offered at no cost by the SoCalREN Public Agency Program
Learn about other resources being leveraged by K-12 districts across Southern California
Be invited to engage with speakers during a panel Q&A
Webinar Session: Tried, True and New Strategies to Fund and Implement Energy Retrofit Projects for Schools
10.30am – 12.00pm
Tuesday, August 7th 2018