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Home Energy Upgrade Potential Map - San Diego Region

This map helps San Diego-area governments, home performance contractors and home energy raters identify areas where homeowners are most likely to engage in Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade projects.

  February 2016
 

Local Policies to Achieve Zero Net Energy Buildings Webinar - Part 2

Focuses on two strategies at the local level: engaging stakeholders through task forces and benchmarking buildings to measure energy use, compare to other buildings nationwide, and prioritize efficiency retrofits within a portfolio.

  February 2016
 

Local Policies to Achieve Zero Net Energy Buildings Webinar

Speakers from the City of Lancaster, County of Santa Barbara and City of Chula Vista shared their experiences implementing ZNE-related policies as well as stakeholder reactions, economic impacts and lessons learned.

  February 2016
 

Clean Energy Assessment

Find out which clean energy technologies may be right for your facility.

  February 2016
 

Literature Review: Housing, Energy Use, Decision‐Making and Messaging among Key Ethnic Groups

Report to explore the sociocultural factors influencing the adoption of home energy efficiency retrofits in California

  February 2016
 

Is San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Worth It? Blog

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

  February 2016
 

Coal Exports from Oakland's Ports, Bad Business Blog

Delivering renewable energy technologies is a better long-term strategy.

  January 2016
 

Clean Energy Financing Advisory Council

CSE formed the Clean Energy Financing Advisory Council (CEFAC) as an impartial forum focused on stimulating California’s clean energy marketplace through greater awareness of project financing, education and innovation.

  January 2016
 

Competition for Top Energy-Efficient States Gets Tighter Blog

Best practices offer lessons for nation to achieve energy savings & goals.

  December 2015
 

San Francisco's Benchmarking Ordinance Case Study

The City and County of San Francisco’s Existing Commercial Buildings Energy Performance Ordinance, in effect since 2010, requires performing both annual benchmarking and an energy audit every five years.

  December 2015
 

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