Metropolitan Water District Switches to Solar to Help Offset Power Used for Water Deliverables

  |   Solar Energy, Water

With the dual goals of cutting carbon emissions and reducing operational costs, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California recently unveiled its latest investment in solar power.   Metropolitan board Chairman Randy Record joined General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger to flip a ceremonial switch signifying the activation of two...

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Industry Job Board

  |   Cleantech Industry

Digital Innovation Manager EDF Renewables, Posted October 10, 2018 Community Development Specialist IV City of San Diego, Posted September 24, 2018 Senior Environmental Specialist San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, Posted September 21, 2018 Sr. Coordinator / Equity - Disadvantaged Community - Specialist Center for Sustainable Energy, Posted September 21, 2018 Data Analyst Nuvve,...

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Renovate America Welcomes FHA Policy Guidance Endorsing PACE Financing

  |   Cleantech Industry News, Energy Efficiency

On July 19, 2016, Cleantech San Diego member company Renovate America, the largest provider of residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, welcomed the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) announcement of clear PACE guidance that will expand access to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and other home...

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Solar Parking Canopies Exceed Savings Projections at San Dieguito Union High School District

  |   K-12 Sustainability, Solar Energy

Solar shade canopies installed at two North County San Diego schools, La Costa Canyon High School and Canyon Crest Academy, have saved San Dieguito Union High School District (SDUHSD), more than$4.4 million in energy costs to date.   Cleantech San Diego member company OpTerra Energy Services worked with SDUHSD...

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