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Making a Difference with Institutional Partnerships

To help spread education and best practices about sustainability, we partner with a variety of different local institutions. With each different institution, we create unique programs that aim to achieve cost-effective, immediate and persistent energy and demand savings.

These partnerships establish a permanent framework for a sustainable, long-term and comprehensive energy management program geared towards energy efficiency, sustainability and climate change reduction goals.

California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Partnership

The CDCR Partnership is a statewide energy-efficiency program that accomplishes immediate and long-term peak energy demand savings through sustainable, long-term and comprehensive energy management.

Visit the CDCR website.

State of California Partnership

Energy-efficiency projects reduce utility costs, create safer and healthier working environments, and are a vital step towards implementing a comprehensive sustainability policy.

Through our partnership with the State of California, we offer incentives, services, training and education, and resources to state government facilities. We support projects that include:

  • New construction

  • Retrofits

  • Monitoring-based retro commissioning

Visit the State of California website.

University and College Partnerships

We have partnered with the University of California (UC), California State University (CSU), and California Community Colleges (CCC) campuses to help them achieve greenhouse gas emission reduction goals and commercialize new technologies that can benefit the broader community. Through incentives for equipment improvements and training, as well as tools to help reduce energy consumption, we are helping them make their operations more energy-efficient.

Learn more about the UC Sustainability Policy.

Learn more about the CSU Sustainability Policy.

Learn more about the CCC Board of Governors Energy and Sustainability Policy.