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Best Practices for Auditors and Raters: Energy Efficiency in Latino Households

These recommendations for serving Latino households are the outcome of a multiyear research project conducted for the California Energy Commission by the Center for Sustainable Energy, Research Into Action, Ghoulem Research and Edward Vine.

  January 2018
 

Best Practices for Contractors: Energy Efficiency in Latino Households

These recommendations for serving Latino households are the outcome of a multiyear research project conducted for the California Energy Commission by the Center for Sustainable Energy, Research Into Action, Ghoulem Research and Edward Vine.

  January 2018
 

Best Practices for Program Administrators: Energy Efficiency in Latino Households

These recommendations for serving Latino households are the outcome of a multiyear research project conducted for the California Energy Commission by the Center for Sustainable Energy, Research Into Action, Ghoulem Research and Edward Vine.

  January 2018
 

Center for Sustainable Energy's Response to the 2018 State Rail Plan (2018 Plan)

The Center for Sustainable Energy® (CSE) is pleased to provide these comments in response to the 2018 State Rail Plan (2018 Plan).

  December 2017
 

Center for Sustainable Energy’s Response to Pre-Rulemaking Public Meeting to Discuss 2018 LCFS Preliminary Draft Regulatory Amendment Text

CSE provides comments in the following areas: I) General Comments on Transportation Electrification, II) Energy Economy Ratios (EERs), III) Renewable Electricity (EVs and Hydrogen), IV) Smart Charging and Smart Electrolysis, V) Crediting for Renewable Propane

  December 2017
 

CSE’s Response to the November 7, 2017 Meeting and Public Workshop discussing the 2018- 2019 Investment Plan Update for the ARFVTP

CSE has received ARFVTP funds for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP), zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) readiness planning and best practice implementation projects in the San Diego and San Joaquin Valley regions.

  November 2017
 

Response to CARB’s Public Workshop on Developing a Beneficiary Mitigation Plan for California’s Allocation of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust

CSE continues to praise CARB’s leadership on VW settlement matters, and is appreciative of this workshop’s transparent and public process. At this time, CSE provides comments in the following areas, consistent with CARB’s September 20, 2017 public workshop announcement.

  November 2017
 

IREC report - Access for All: Pathways to Expand Solar Options to Renters and Multifamily Households in the City of Seattle

Cities and States Can Bring Solar to More Multifamily Residents: New Guide Highlights Pathways

  October 2017
 

Approaches to Achieving Zero Net Energy for Multifamily Housing

This webinar discuss the regulatory landscape and evolving ZNE definition, how to create a realistic ZNE capital improvement plan, which energy efficiency (EE) measures can be targeted first or phased in, as well as how the solar photovoltaic technology, in conjunction with the virtual net metering (VNEM) tariff, can provide a a pathway for reaching ZNE goals.

  September 2017
 

Field Research Findings: Home Energy Audits and Upgrades Among Hispanics in California’s Central Valley

This report was prepared by the Center for Sustainable Energy. It is a component of Grant #EPC-14-037, funded by the California Energy Commission, to explore the sociocultural factors influencing the adoption of home energy efficiency retrofits in California.

  September 2017
 

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