Renewable energy system reduces costs and greenhouse gas emissions
South Bay San Diego County residents supplied with water by the Sweetwater Authority are now benefitting from a cost-effective, new renewable energy system at the Robert A. Perdue Water Treatment Plant.
Tools for architects and designers to create safer solar installations
With the rapidly growing demand nationwide for solar systems to supply electricity for new commercial, industrial and multitenant buildings, architects and building designers need to know how to plan installations that are not only functionally correct and aesthetically fitting, but also account for concerns
Dealer payment is unique among statewide electric vehicle rebate programs
The first two years of electric vehicle (EV) rebates in Connecticut have helped boost EV sales in the state by nearly double since 2015.
The nation’s top-rated electric vehicle (EV) fleets have been recognized by Fast Fleet, a new clean transportation awards program presented by CSE that acknowledges commercial and public fleet operators that reduce pollution emissions and curb fossil fuel use by achieving superior electric vehicle utilization.
Webinar Focuses on ZNE in Multi-unit Dwellings Sept. 26
With nearly a third of California residents living in multi-unit dwellings, local governments are striving to develop policies that encourage energy efficiency in multifamily housing to help achieve greenhouse gas emission reductions and climate action plans by working toward zero net energy (ZNE) buildings.
To help San Diegans better evaluate the cost-saving potential of installing solar electric power to their homes, CSE now offers an online bill calculator that gives the most complete picture of solar benefits geared specifically to Sa
CSE has joined in Veloz, a new California statewide education and outreach effort to greatly increase public awareness of electric vehicles (EVs) that brings together automakers, charging equipment providers, government agencies and others to advance EV adoption.
CSE will assess the capabilities and financial benefits of combining solar energy with battery storage systems to provide electricity in neighborhood communities under a newly awarded $2 million grant from the California Energy Commission.
The increasing adoption of renewable energy resources nationwide provides many technical challenges for utilities long accustomed to sending electricity from remote locations toward urban areas.