April 2015: The Proposition 39 Zero Net Energy (ZNE) Pilot has launched! Please visit EnergyDesignResources.com/Prop39 for more information.
March 2015: Now that Prop 39 funds can be used for kitchen equipment, PG&E will host a webinar for schools to learn about available technologies and utility incentives. Register by April 17th.
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Every year California schools spend around $700 million on energy– that’s about the same amount spent annually on school supplies. Our rebates, incentives and expert advice can make it easier to get money-saving energy management projects approved and implemented.
The California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop 39) provides up to $550 Million per year to improve energy efficiency and clean energy in public schools. PG&E offers incentives and rebates for energy efficient technologies that can help stretch Prop 39 dollars further and meet cost effectiveness requirements. Find out the ways in which PG&E can help with the Prop 39 application and implementation process by signing up for our Quarterly Prop 39 Bulletin by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Updated* Data Authorization Form. The California Energy Commission (CEC) requires K-12 Prop 39 applicants to submit two forms - the Prop 39 Data Authorization Form (CEC-12) and the Facility and Service Account Information Form (CEC-24). These forms should be sent to CEC and to each utility. PG&E requires these forms in order to provide the CEC with school energy consumption data from now through 2023. If you are a PG&E electricity or natural gas customer, please follow these steps to complete the form:
PG&E is committed to educating our students about energy efficiency, renewable energy, and conservation. Curriculum resources are available free of charge to educators in the PG&E service territory at the click of a button. All curricula are correlated to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. View our comprehensive guide to online resources and curriculum programs.
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