Energy Efficiency

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Post date: Jan 12, 17

A new report finds that energy efficiency is one of the nation’s biggest job sectors, employing more than 1.9 million Americans across all 50 states.

Post date: Dec 19, 16

The Center for Sustainable Energy® (CSE) has launched the new Home Energy Improvement Potential Map. The free online resource gives contractors, home energy raters, real estate agents and local governments a tool to identify California homeowners and communities by ZIP code and census tract where residents are most likely to engage in energy improvements from energy efficiency upgrades to solar installations and electric vehicle purchases.

Post date: Dec 12, 16

Energy Upgrade California™ is spreading their message of clean energy and conservation in a very special way this month. The program has donated 100 newborn onesies to the Scripps Mercy Hospital in Chula Vista for the holidays and New Year with the simple message, “Save Energy for My Future.”

The outfits will be given to new parents as a reminder of how important it is to conserve energy, according to Jean Vreeland, CSE’s marketing manager for Energy Upgrade California.

“Switching to clean energy is the greatest gift we can provide for future generations,” Vreeland said.

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New Tool Reveals CA Neighborhoods with Best Potential for Home Energy Improvements

The Center for Sustainable Energy® (CSE) has launched the new Home Energy Improvement Potential Map. The free online resource gives contractors, home energy raters, real estate agents and local governments a tool to identify California homeowners and communities by ZIP code and census tract where residents are most likely to engage in energy improvements from energy efficiency upgrades to solar installations and electric vehicle purchases.

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Help Save Energy – It’s My Future

Energy Upgrade California™ is spreading their message of clean energy and conservation in a very special way this month. The program has donated 100 newborn onesies to the Scripps Mercy Hospital in Chula Vista for the holidays and New Year with the simple message, “Save Energy for My Future.”

The outfits will be given to new parents as a reminder of how important it is to conserve energy, according to Jean Vreeland, CSE’s marketing manager for Energy Upgrade California.

“Switching to clean energy is the greatest gift we can provide for future generations,” Vreeland said.

Chuck Colgan

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