Buildings and Energy Efficiency

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Post date: Dec 13, 18

The Better Business Bureau serving Pacific Southwest has named CSE as the winner of its Environmental Stewardship Program Award in the medium business category. CSE President Larry Goldenhersh accepted the award during a luncheon ceremony held Friday, December 7, at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla.

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Post date: Nov 07, 18

Residents of Escondido, Calif., in northern San Diego County, will benefit financially and environmentally from a public works project at the city’s wastewater treatment plant that is now turning waste biogas into renewable energy.

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Post date: Mar 08, 18

Energy efficiency is personal. This is especially true for home improvement projects that require significant investments of time, effort and money, such as adding insulation or replacing an old HVAC system.

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Post date: Feb 22, 18
Storage Week 2018 is an international conference for the development and finance of energy storage projects

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. The conference focuses on the benefits utility customers and the power grid can derive from behind-the-meter energy storage systems.

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Post date: Nov 08, 17

California remains the nation’s guiding force with the most progressive greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals and bold environmental justice policies. In an uncertain federal climate, the state remains poised to expand and accelerate its environmental and social stewardship through a diverse array of programs focused on building innovative, future-oriented smart infrastructure and communities – the Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Program.

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City of Escondido Invests in Clean Energy Generation with SGIP Incentive

Residents of Escondido, Calif., in northern San Diego County, will benefit financially and environmentally from a public works project at the city’s wastewater treatment plant that is now turning waste biogas into renewable energy.