CSE has received a 2017 ENERGY STAR Award for Excellence in ENERGY STAR Promotion for outstanding efforts to promote energy-efficient products in the Energy Upgrade California program. CSE’s accomplishments will be recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C., on April 26, 2017.
Rebate designed to accelerate adoption of electric vehicles throughout the state
to cut use of polystyrene containers and make a positive environmental impact
Brett Williams, Ph.D., CSE’s senior principal advisor for Transportation Programs, has been appointed to a second three-year term on the Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies committee of the Transportation Research Board. The appointment recognizes Williams’ expertise and places him among national leaders in clean transportation research.
Homeowners and owners of rental properties have the opportunity to learn about the cost-savings of energy from the sun during the San Diego Solar Experience, a one-day event with seminars and home tours, on Saturday, February 11.
A new report finds that energy efficiency is one of the nation’s biggest job sectors, employing more than 1.9 million Americans across all 50 states.
AirVisual, a crowd-sourced social enterprise, recently launched a visually stunning new way to see the seriousness of Earth's air pollution. Such data has been used in scientific and industrial capacities in the past, but this is the first map that allows any user to view and track pollution in real time.
President Barack Obama details four reasons why he believes trends toward clean energy are “irreversible” and will overcome “near-term politics” in an article published January 9 in the policy forum of the journal Science titled, “The Irreversible Momentum of Clean Energy
The Center for Sustainable Energy and Energy Upgrade California® partnered with the San Diego County Office of Education to provide schools throughout California with fun interactive assembly programs teaching kids to be energy champions. The team visited 67 schools reaching nearly 8,000 students.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will hold two public meetings in Escondido on Monday, January 9, 2017, to hear directly from consumers about San Diego Gas & Electric’s request to recover $379 million in costs related to wildfires that occurred in San Diego County in October 2007 through increased rates paid by ratepayers.