Through a CEC-funded program, school districts can receive free technical assistance for planning their use of Prop 39 funds. In a Green Technology interview, Jim Kelsey of kW Engineering describes the program, and what school should be doing now to be ready to access energy efficiency funds.
Proposition 39, endorsed by 60 percent of the state’s voters, has the potential to bring $550 million a year to schools for energy projects for the next five years. As the vice president and director of the Advanced Energy and Sustainability Program at the Center for the Next Generation, Kate Gordon has played a significant role in the evolution of Prop 39, from making the case for passage to working with a range of stakeholders and policymakers to ensure that the measure realizes its promise. Click here.