Mar 12, 2013

The California Public Utilities Commission approved an advice letter on March 4, 2013, that modifies some areas of the CSI-Thermal Program Handbook. The changes further streamline program requirements and the application process for contractors and self-installers.

Mar 05, 2013

Nationwide program to develop and implement plug-in electric vehicle charging at work

Jan 24, 2013

We have good news for those of you who have recently installed EV charging stations, or are seriously considering installing one soon!

Dec 13, 2012

Brings strategic leadership, business acumen & innovation

Prominent military and civilian sustainability leader Rear Admiral Leendert “Len” Hering Sr. (U.S. Navy, retired) will lead the California Center for Sustainable Energy moving into 2013 – taking our energy services statewide and beyond.

Jun 13, 2012

Historic Lafayette Hotel installs highly efficient fuel cell

May 15, 2012
Survey shows broad consumer & environmental benefits
Feb 25, 2012

Looking for ways to lower your energy bills?  Understanding the numbers and graphs on your bill can help you determine your home's biggest energy users.  This article is specifically written for San Diego Gas & Electric customers, but many of the lessons are useful to any energy utility customer.

Seasonal vs. baseload

Mobile exhibit guides residents to home energy savings
Jan 15, 2012
Mobile exhibit guides residents to home energy savings.CCSE sent its newly developed Energy Upgrade California Roadshow, a mobile educational exhibit about home energy efficiency, on a statewide tour
Jan 15, 2012

The study is part of the Southern California Rooftop Solar Challenge, a Department of Energy (DOE) program aimed at stimulating adoption of solar energy by reducing barriers and lowering costs for residential and small commercial installations. The program comes under DOE’s SunShot Initiative to make solar accessible and affordable nationwide.

Dec 13, 2011

The SGIP is a statewide initiative of the California Public Utilities Commission ( CPUC) designed to promote power generation by utility customers. Its purpose is to help achieve state energy goals of generating one-third of California’s electricity from renewable sources and reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020.