CSE will take its highly regarded Green Career Adventure to the Los Angeles area this fall for seven presentations for students at events designed to introduce educational and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
CSE’s Experience Electric – The Better Ride campaign was present at DeAnza College in Cupertino, Calif., to witness electric vehicle (EV) history as attendees at the 42nd Annual Silicon Valley EV Rally broke the Guinness World Record for the largest Electric Vehicle Parade on Saturday, Sept. 20.
California homeowners and businesses seeking low-interest loans for energy efficiency upgrades and clean energy systems can now find the most up-to-date information on affordable financing options online at the CSE website.
Sales of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in California exceeded 100,000 cars at the end of August, making it the nation’s EV leader and driving the state closer toward Governor Jerry Brown’s goal of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on California roadways by 2025.
CSE’s Experience Electric – The Better Ride Campaign will be joining in during an attempt to make electric vehicle history as attendees at the 42nd Annual Silicon Valley EV Rally try to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of EVs in a parade on Saturday, Sept. 20.
CSE is accepting applications for the next session of its highly regarded GETUP Energy Upgrade Career Training to be held October 6-23 in San Diego.
Janet and Oscar Valent of Carlsbad have made sustainable energy a way of life. Since purchasing their 1947-built home five years ago, they have renovated it to use far less energy and stay more comfortable throughout summer and winter.
The energy efficiency actions of California homeowners who installed rooftop solar electric systems are providing insights into the connection between solar adoption and energy upgrades that could help in the design of future residential energy programs.
For San Diego hospitality entrepreneur Brett Miller, who acquires, upgrades and operates boutique hotels, restaurants and recreational properties, being green is simply the right thing to do, but if he can be green and get a good return on investment, it’s even better.