Jonathan Hart, a technology integration specialist with CSE’s Distributed Energy Resources team, will be joining some of the nation’s leading experts on advanced energy storage speaking on a panel at the 11th annual Storage Week.
Press conference kicks off new pilot rebate program for electric vehicle rebates in San Diego
John Livermore, a sustainability expert with more than 25 years’ experience in designing and implementing energy efficiency programs and directing citizen organizations, is the new director of CSE’s Northeast regional operations.
Homeowners and owners of residential rental properties can learn about the cost- and energy-savings of power from the sun during the San Diego Solar Experience, a series of seminars on Saturdays during 2018 beginning February 10.
CSE has received a $40,000 grant from The San Diego Foundation to support the Equinox Project’s efforts to turn research into action to help local governments achieve a healthy environment and stronger economy.
Up to $4 million available for charging stations at businesses, multifamily housing and public agencies
A project promoting expansion of California’s electric vehicle charging network to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and light-duty trucks debuted in Fresno County Dec. 20, 2017.
Group behind Quality of Life Dashboard elects Peter MacCracken as chairman
The Center for Sustainable Energy’s Equinox Project is prepared to tackle San Diego’s quality-of-life issues with a newly installed advisory board that reads like a who’s who of key San Diego influencers in the environmental, sustainability and economic sectors.
San Diego entrepreneur and environmental advocate to head clean energy nonprofit
The board of directors for the nonprofit Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) announce the appointment of Lawrence (Larry) E. Goldenhersh as the organization’s president.
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