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.
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.
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.