News & Reports
Brighter, safer, more efficient: How LEDs are changing public spaces
ACEEE - Washington, D.C.’s commute just got brighter—and possibly safer. In late 2018,the city’s Metro made a $50 million dollar commitment to install LED lights in its subway stations.
People use less energy when they think their neighbors care about the environment
Harvard Business Review - New research suggests that whether you believe your neighbors care about energy conservation is an important motivator for how you consume energy.
CPUC Agrees: A skilled, trained, and diverse workforce is the key to achieving efficiency goals
BlueGreen Alliance - New rules adopted by the CPUC will ensure that when utility incentives are used for certain efficiency upgrades, the workers installing the equipment must be properly trained, and that efficiency programs create pathways to employment for disadvantaged workers.
Air Quality District funds Valley energy efficiency retrofits
Patch - Officials aim to make Coachella Valley homes more energy efficient, improve air quality and reduce energy costs for residents.
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