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 July 29, 2019
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wEEkly Update
Scorecard of 75 large US cities reveals two CA cities in the top 10: San Francisco and L.A.  - ACEEE
Living in the first passive-house high-rise
New York TimesThe airtight building on Roosevelt Island has helped one Cornell scientist keep his heating and electricity bills to $30 a month. “I was really fascinated by how you make a building this tall consume 60 to 70 percent less energy.”.
ACEEE - US cities are ramping up their clean energy efforts, notably with stricter energy-saving rules for buildings, but only a few cities appear on track to meet their community-wide climate goals, according to the 2019 City Clean Energy Scorecard.
Markets Insider - Franklin Energy, a leading provider of energy efficiency and grid optimization solutions, announced today that they are launching the Home Energy Rewards Program, an online, reward-style energy efficiency program, to residential PG&E customers in San Joaquin and Contra Costa counties.
Commercial Property Executive - Opportunities to realize serious savings through lower energy consumption and operational costs can always be found if you look hard enough, says Advance Realty's Kurt Padavano.

Top Resources

  1. Statewide Energy Efficiency Forum Presentations (SEEC)
  2. An Incandescent Truth: Disparities in Energy-Efficient Lighting Availability and Prices in an Urban U.S. County (Applied Energy)
  3. Energy Efficiency Funding Opportunities (SEEC)
  4. Solar PV and Energy Efficiency in Residential Building Codes (ACEEE)
  5. 2018 California Legislative Update: Energy (SEEC)
  6. CAISO Today's Outlook (CAISO)
  7. Through the Local Government Lens: Developing the Energy Efficiency Workforce (ACEEE)

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