Community College Nets $80K in Lighting Rebates

Community College Nets $80K in Lighting Rebates

San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) chose Cree energy efficient LED lighting for its campus along with Cree SmartCast technology. The college upgraded its administrative offices with the LED lights and controls and is now consuming up to 75 percent less lighting energy. The college … Read more…

Schneider Helps School Districts Save Millions

Schneider Electric has executed a 20-year energy savings performance contract (ESPC) with Lawrence Country Schools in Moulton, Alabama, to help the school district fund energy upgrades in its 19 buildings. The upgrades are expected to reduce annual district energy consumption by 25 percent, totaling $11.7 … Read more…

San Diego School District Uses Prop 39 Funds for Energy Savings

San Diego School District Uses Prop 39 Funds for Energy Savings

The Del Mar Union School District in San Diego, California, has received $850,000 from Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act, the Del Mar Times reports. Approved by California voters in November 2012, Prop 39 provides an estimated $2.75 billion in funding over five … Read more…

California Approves $13.5M in Loans for Energy Upgrades to Schools

The California Energy Commission approved $13.5 million for energy efficiency measures to 14 schools in three school districts in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin County and Orange County. Funding is provided by the Clean Energy Jobs Act (Proposition 39) through the Energy Conservation … Read more…

California School District Hires Energy Consultant for Prop. 39 Upgrades

California School District Hires Energy Consultant for Prop. 39 Upgrades

Willdan Energy Solutions was selected by the Ontario-Montclair School District (OMSD) in San Bernardino County, Calif., to serve as the energy consultant for its upcoming Proposition 39 Clean Energy Jobs Act program. Willdan will provide energy planning and auditing services to OMSD to select energy … Read more…

Prop 39 Monies Flow to California Schools

Last year, California voters approved Proposition 39, which will provide as much as $500 million annually for energy efficiency upgrades at California public schools, and some of those projects are gearing up, reports the Business Journal. Proposition 39 was passed in November 2012 to close … Read more…

California Schools Reap Dollars from Prop 39

California Schools Reap Dollars from Prop 39

California schools are gearing up to make energy efficiency improvements with money allocated from Proposition 39, and the onslaught of projects may be a boon to companies involved in energy efficiency retrofits. Proposition 39 was passed in November 2012 to close a corporate tax loophole … Read more…

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