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Prop. 39 Opportunities for Energy-Efficient Schools

Prop. 39 generates revenue from taxes levied on out-of-state corporations and will bring in about $2.5 billion earmarked for a wide range of clean energy projects in K-12 schools and community colleges through 2018.

  November 2014
 

HVAC Permit Compliance Survey Results Presentation

Download Sep-Oct 2014 HVAC Permit Compliance Survey Results to learn about a survey conducted among 54 Southern California building departments and 94 contractors, raters and permit runners.

  November 2014
 

Achieving Zero Net Energy Buildings Blog

Roadmap lays out path to clean energy for local jurisdictions.

  October 2014
 

Solar Adoption and Energy Efficiency Actions Blog

Understanding homeowner perspectives

  October 2014
 

Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership (Pacific Region)

CSE is leading an effort for the Department of Energy to accelerate wider development of combined heat and power energy technologies in California, Nevada and Hawaii.

  October 2014
 

What is the Center for Sustainable Energy? Blog

In recent years, we’ve broadened our scope.

  October 2014
 

Energy Efficiency Motivations and Actions of California Solar Homeowners Report

This research employs a combination of survey and focus groups to examine the home energy efficiency activities and underlying motivations of California Solar Initiative participants in the San Diego Gas & Electric territory.

  August 2014
 

Solar Water Heating Commercial

Everything changes with Solar Hot Water Heating.

  August 2014
 

Combined Heat and Power for Wastewater Treatment Plants Webinar

The webinar, hosted by the California Energy Commission and Department of Energy Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnership, addresses current opportunities and challenges for combined heat and power (CHP) in wastewater treatment plants.

  July 2014
 

Clean Vehicle Rebate Project Final Report 2012-2013

California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP), administered by CSE for the California Air Resources Board, provides rebates for purchasers and lessees of plug-in electric and fuel cell vehicles throughout the state. The CVRP distributed $34,431,396 in fiscal year 2012-13 rebate funds to owners and lessees of 17,422 eligible vehicles in California. Throughout the first four fiscal years of the project, 27,462 rebates were issued, totaling $60,402,098 in rebate funds (as of July 2013). This report summarizes the funding, implementation and outcomes of CVRP during fiscal year 2012-2013.

  July 2014
 

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