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Statewide LG EE Best Practices: Weekly Update

For those of you who know who Joseph Oldham is you likely are on his email distribution list and receive this update each week.  We are grateful that Joseph has agreed to allow our little blog to re-post his weekly update.  If you have an interest in the happenings of energy efficiency and local government throughout California this is the update for you! 
1.   New Interactive Map Tracks Climate Investments in California
A great resource for presentations and discussions with our state partners about the successes and challenges of these various funding programs.  To use the map, go here: www.ClimateInvestmentMap.CA.Gov
2.  Public Meeting August 26, 2015 - California Energy Commission Drought Response: Water Energy Technology Program - Pomona
California Energy Commission staff will conduct a public meeting to receive input on the Water Energy Technology (WET) Program Phase 2 (commercial, industrial, and residential sectors) and Phase 3 (desalination) on:
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Kellogg West Conference Center
Cal Poly Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue Bldg #76
Pomona, CA 91768
Please go to Front Desk upon arrival for free parking pass or print pass from
Pass must be displayed in vehicle. (Wheelchair Accessible)
Remote Access Available by Computer or Phone via WebEx
Presentations and audio from the meeting will be broadcast via our WebEx web meeting service. For additional details on how to participate via WebEx, please see the notice at:
Computer Log on with a Direct Phone Number:
- Please go to and enter the unique meeting number 920 388 034.
- When prompted, enter your information and the following meeting password meeting@10 . (Please note that password is case sensitive.)
For more information:
(If link above doesn't work, please copy entire link into your web browser's URL)
3.  Cities Focus on Transportation, Buildings for Energy Goals
Good article about how various cities across the nation are focusing on reducing their energy use.  To read the report, go here:
4.  City of Berkeley is Seeking Energy Accounting Software Information
Neal DeSnoo with the City of Berkeley is looking for information about what accounting software cities use to do internal interdepartmental billing of energy costs.  If you have a software system that works well, please contact Neal directly at:

And that is all for this week!