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Increasing energy awareness and improving energy efficiency in our schools

The School Energy Efficiency Program (SEE) helps Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) public school districts and county offices of education identify, evaluate and implement energy efficiency retrofit measures. The program recommends projects that reduce energy use and school operating costs while providing an improved learning environment for teachers and students. Increasing energy efficiency also benefits the environment by conserving our natural resources and reducing air emissions. PG&E has contracted with Resource Solutions Group, a third party energy efficiency implementation specialist, to implement the program.

Eligibility Requirements

The program is open to public K-12 school districts and county education offices in approved counties within PG&E’s service area that receive gas or electric service from PG&E. Customers located outside of these approved counties will be considered for program participation on a case by case basis. Government agencies may also be eligible (consult your PG&E account representative to determine if you qualify). The program focuses on Retrofit and Retro-commissioning projects, but New Construction is excluded.

The SEE Program January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014 and may be modified or terminated without notice.

Benefits of the program may include:

  • Comprehensive, strategic approach to implementing high-value energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Quantifiable economic benefits to guide decision-making, including streamlined access to rebates and incentives.
  • Unbiased technical analysis and support to inform decisions that lead to improved facility operations.
  • Skilled team of engineers and project managers to partner with to support the district’s cost reduction and sustainability goals.

 

This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.