Webinar: Innovative approaches to energy efficiency retrofits

When: Wed, Mar 28, 2018

Where: Online webinar

Please join us for a free webinar on March 28, 2018 from 12pm – 1pm PT. Register here.

What you’ll learn

California has 9 million single-family homes, 3.1 million multi-family dwellings, and 600,000 commercial buildings. Most of them could be much more energy efficient. How do we accelerate implementation of deep energy efficiency retrofits that yield cost savings, environmental benefits, and resilience?

This webinar will explore innovative tools and solutions for the residential and commercial sectors:  

  • Green lease principles and language that help building owners and tenants share the benefits and costs of energy efficiency upgrades
  • The financial case for building management systems
  • Incentive packages for energy efficiency measures in areas hit by recent Sonoma County fires
  • Energiesprong whole-building energy efficiency retrofits from the Netherlands that four communities in the U.S. are planning to implement 

Please join the Clean Coalition for this free webinar.


Kim Springer, acting Deputy Director for the County of San Mateo’s Office of Sustainability

Rachael Londer, Energy Efficiency Specialist at the County of San Mateo’s Office of Sustainability

Ann Edminster, Zero Net Energy and Green Building Consultant at Design AVEnues and co-founder of HomeEco

Peninsula Advanced Energy Community (PAEC)

This webinar is the third in a series based on findings from the Peninsula Advanced Energy Community (PAEC) initiative. Future topics include streamlining interconnection of commercial-scale renewables, zero net energy, energy storage, and EV charging infrastructure. Learn more about our webinar series.

PAEC is a groundbreaking initiative funded by the California Energy Commission to streamline policies and showcase projects that facilitate local renewables and other advanced energy solutions like energy efficiency, energy storage, and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. The PAEC Initiative will create pathways to cost-effective clean local energy and community resilience throughout San Mateo County, the City of Palo Alto, and beyond. Learn more about the PAEC initiative.

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