Residents of Escondido, Calif., in northern San Diego County, will benefit financially and environmentally from a public works project at the city’s wastewater treatment plant that is now turning waste biogas into renewable energy.
By Rebecca Sappenfield Baptiste
Whether you own your own building or are a commercial tenant, you pay for your business’s energy consumption. But do you truly understand how much energy your business space is using over time and how you might use that information to become aware of potential savings opportunities?
To accommodate our expansion, on Sept. 24, 2018, CSE moved to new headquarters located at 3980 Sherman Street. Our new 30,000-square-foot home was originally constructed in 1983 and has been retrofitted to showcase the application of energy efficiency technologies and sustainable materials in existing buildings.
New $1B program benefits low-income renters and affordable housing providers
The California Energy Commission and Center for Sustainable Energy have launched a rebate project to increase publicly available and widely accessible electric vehicle fast-charging locations for plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) throughout Southern California in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
CSE announced this week the expansion of its board of directors with the addition of two executives, Buck Endemann of San Francisco and Jimmy Jia of Seattle.
New online resources are now available to help Californians finance and install plug-in electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment at public locations to meet the growing demands of plug-in EV drivers.
A big-box Walmart Supercenter in Covina, Calif., will be the site of a pilot project to assess the effectiveness of emerging energy efficiency technologies to significantly cut energy use by 20 percent in buildings throughout the state.
Quality of Life Dashboard rates status of regional sustainability issues
CSE’s Equinox Project has released the 2018 San Diego Regional Quality of Life Dashboard, which assesses top economic and environmental indicators to gauge the region’s progress toward sustainability.
On behalf of the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, CSE President Larry Goldenhersh awarded city of Chula Vista Mayor Mary Casillas Salas a $150,000 check for the purchase of 15 electric cars for the city’s fleet at a press conference held March 27. The 12 Hyundai Ioniqs and three Chevy Bolts will be deployed in support of Chula Vista’s senior volunteer patrol and code enforcement programs.