In order to make clean vehicles more accessible to a greater number of California drivers, especially in communities that are highly impacted by air pollution, the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) is implementing increased incentive levels for low- and moderate-income consumers and high-income e
Admission to all events and live webcasts is free for government officials, financial experts, energy improvement contractors, real estate professionals and others throughout California
CSE’s Clean Energy Financing Advisory Council (CEFAC) is kicking off a two-year tour of California to increase
Newly formed Equinox Project will enhance and expand quality of life research and analysis
CSE has announced a merger with the San Diego-based nonprofit Equinox Center.
Mayors of the 22 California cities competing in the CoolCalifornia Challenge, a contest to motivate and reward residents for reducing their carbon footprints and build more sustainable communities, are upping the stakes by producing videos rallying their residents to action.
BOSTON – January 15, 2016 – Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Commissioner Judith Judson announced today at the New England International Auto Show that the Baker-Polito Administration is adding $2 million in funding to DOER’s electric vehicle (EV) rebate program.
California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) rang in the New Year following a record-breaking month during which more than 5,900 new vehicle owners submitted applications. This submission level for December 2015 far exceeded the monthly average of about 4,200 new applications and beats the previous monthly high of 4,900 submissions set in March 2014.
CSE wants to share a California Public Utilities Commission press announcement regarding a significant proposed decision issued today (12/15/15) regarding the future design of California’s net energy metering (NEM) program.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today helped ensure Californians will continue to receive the benefits of using clean energy by proposing a success
Rebates are helping to rev up Massachusetts drivers to buy and lease electric vehicles (EVs) since they went into effect in June 2014. Nearly three-quarters of recent EV customers who participated in a survey indicated financial incentives were an important factor in their decision to go electric, according to data released by CSE for the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER).
The California Energy Commission has awarded $4.5 million to CSE to develop workforce resources in disadvantaged communities to help improve the state’s energy efficiency in existing buildings.