Coordinator would like to highlight a few items below:
Opportunity for Local Governments on Solar-Friendly Rates
The CPUC voted on Thursday to reopen, albeit briefly,
the eligibility window for local governments to secure 10
years of time-of-use (TOU) 1.0 grandfathering for solar
projects. TOU 1.0 rates are much more “solar-friendly” than the TOU
2.0 rates that are currently being planned.
for Local Climate Engagement - Oct. 31 & Nov. 21
In this two-part webinar series, participants will be equipped to
communicate effectively on climate change, empowering you to
create and deliver compelling messages that engage and motivate a
diversity of Americans in the issue.
Cost Effective Zero Net Energy Practices
for Production Home Builders - Nov. 1
Join the experts involved in the PG&E ZNE Production Builder
Demonstration as they detail the design features that resulted in
superior thermal performance, reduced material cost and waste, as
well as energy and water savings for occupants.
Solar Pilot Workshops in California - Nov. 1, 6, and 8
The California Department of Community Services and Development is
inviting individuals from many pertinent areas of community solar,
including solar project developers, local governments, community
organizations, utility companies, affordable housing developers,
investors, and others.
Operator Certification – Nov. 9
Learn how the training program benefits building personnel,
facility departments, building owners, the environment, and bottom