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New Incentive Project to Install Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Statewide Launches in Fresno County

Up to $4 million available for charging stations at businesses, multifamily housing and public agencies

A project promoting expansion of California’s electric vehicle charging network to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and light-duty trucks debuted in Fresno County Dec. 20, 2017.

CSE Awarded $15M to Expand California’s Electric Vehicle Charging Network

California Energy Commission approves up to $200M for charging installations in support of an estimated 1.5 million EVs in state by 2025

The California Energy Commission has awarded CSE a $15 million grant to develop and implement an initiative to install more electric vehicle charging stations statewide by creating financial incentive projects.

Research Report Provides Comprehensive Roadmap for Eliminating Plastic Foam Food Packaging

Report provides a resource for jurisdictions struggling with policies and ordinances to cut use of polystyrene containers and make a positive environmental impact

 

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San Diego’s Equinox Project Unveils Diverse New Advisory Board

Group behind Quality of Life Dashboard elects Peter MacCracken as chairman

The Center for Sustainable Energy’s Equinox Project is prepared to tackle San Diego’s quality-of-life issues with a newly installed advisory board that reads like a who’s who of key San Diego influencers in the environmental, sustainability and economic sectors.

Designing Buildings for Solar Power and Fire Safety

Tools for architects and designers to create safer solar installations

With the rapidly growing demand nationwide for solar systems to supply electricity for new commercial, industrial and multitenant buildings, architects and building designers need to know how to plan installations that are not only functionally correct and aesthetically fitting, but also account for concerns about safety during firefighting.