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Post date: Jul 29, 15

Helping residents achieve sustainable solutions

The San Diego Foundation has granted $42,000 to the Center for Sustainable Energy for expanding a program that provides one-on-one home energy advising as part of the foundation’s “Building Regional Resilience” program that addresses climate issues in partnership with the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative.

Post date: Jul 21, 15

Higher California Solar Initiative rebates provide a greater value proposition

Owners and managers of multitenant housing developments know that each resident’s shower, load of laundry and sink full of dishes adds to the cost of heating water on their property’s ever-increasing utility bills.

Post date: Nov 14, 14

Time is running out on the availability of special Cool Comfort Financing interest rates as low as 2% for home heating and cooling upgrades. The interest rate buy-down, funded by the California Energy Commission, will end on December 31 but Cool Comfort will continue to offer financing at 4.99% for five years and 5.99% APR for ten years. 

In collaboration with CSE and The Energy Network, Matadors Community Credit Union offers eligible homeowners low-interest rate financing on high-efficiency heating and cooling systems.

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San Diego Foundation Funds Home Water & Energy Coach Program

Helping residents achieve sustainable solutions

The San Diego Foundation has granted $42,000 to the Center for Sustainable Energy for expanding a program that provides one-on-one home energy advising as part of the foundation’s “Building Regional Resilience” program that addresses climate issues in partnership with the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative.

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Solar Water Heating Offers Energy and Cost Savings for Multitenant Property Owners and Occupants

Higher California Solar Initiative rebates provide a greater value proposition

Owners and managers of multitenant housing developments know that each resident’s shower, load of laundry and sink full of dishes adds to the cost of heating water on their property’s ever-increasing utility bills.

Chuck Colgan's picture

Lowest Interest Rates for Furnace Upgrades End Dec 31

Time is running out on the availability of special Cool Comfort Financing interest rates as low as 2% for home heating and cooling upgrades. The interest rate buy-down, funded by the California Energy Commission, will end on December 31 but Cool Comfort will continue to offer financing at 4.99% for five years and 5.99% APR for ten years. 

In collaboration with CSE and The Energy Network, Matadors Community Credit Union offers eligible homeowners low-interest rate financing on high-efficiency heating and cooling systems.

Chuck Colgan

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