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Post date: Aug 21, 13

Effort to help increase energy efficiency of California homes and buildings

CCSE and CalCERTS, Inc. have entered into a partnership agreement to provide training for building science professionals and contractors in the San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego regions.

The training supports programs statewide to help homeowners and building owners understand and identify the most cost-effective and appropriate energy efficiency improvements. Residences and commercial buildings in the state account for about 65 percent of California’s total electrical consumption.

Post date: Aug 06, 13

Limited space available. Register to secure your spot today.

Have you considered entering the solar water heating industry? This August, CCSE is joining with National Solar Trainers (NST) in offering a comprehensive five-day training geared toward preparing participants to become solar thermal installers, designers, sales and marketing professionals or entrepreneurs – at less than 10 percent of the normal cost.

Post date: Mar 12, 13

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.

Specific details and requirements associated with the recent program changes and the latest edition of the CSI-Thermal Handbook are located here.

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CCSE & CalCERTS to Expand Building & Home Performance Training

Effort to help increase energy efficiency of California homes and buildings

CCSE and CalCERTS, Inc. have entered into a partnership agreement to provide training for building science professionals and contractors in the San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego regions.

The training supports programs statewide to help homeowners and building owners understand and identify the most cost-effective and appropriate energy efficiency improvements. Residences and commercial buildings in the state account for about 65 percent of California’s total electrical consumption.

Chuck Colgan's picture

Step into Solar Thermal with Discounted Training

Limited space available. Register to secure your spot today.

Have you considered entering the solar water heating industry? This August, CCSE is joining with National Solar Trainers (NST) in offering a comprehensive five-day training geared toward preparing participants to become solar thermal installers, designers, sales and marketing professionals or entrepreneurs – at less than 10 percent of the normal cost.

Chuck Colgan
Chuck Colgan's picture

Enhancements to the California Solar Initiative (CSI)-Thermal Program

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.

Specific details and requirements associated with the recent program changes and the latest edition of the CSI-Thermal Handbook are located here.

Chuck Colgan

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