Energy Loop blogs by Hanna Grene

How we got here and what you need to know to join the conversation about where we go next

Two years ago, San Diego took the national spotlight for its commitment to source 100% renewable energy by 2035. The city is now poised to make decisions that chart the path towards this bold goal.

Understanding the “cost-effectiveness” of a clean energy future

Contributor: Sumeeta Ghai

Originally published in the San Diego Business Journal, Feb. 1, 2016.

New rules lead the country in statewide benchmarking & transparency

In the late hours of the last day of the legislative session on Sept. 11, the California legislature passed Assembly Bill 802, a critical energy efficiency bill.

Policies & technologies critical to the economics of sustainable energy

Recently, CSE and the Climate Action Campaign hosted a Clean Energy Forum for elected officials, senior government staff, industry leaders and community stakeholders to discuss pathways to a clean energy future in the San Diego region.

Helping Calif. cities save water & energy to meet climate action plans

You know how many miles per gallon you can drive in your car, and you can read the ingredient labels on your food, but I’ll bet that you don’t know how much energy and water are being consumed in the buildings where you work, live, shop and recreate.

About Hanna Grene

Former Director of Policy
Hanna overseed and managed CSE’s government and regulatory affairs activities.