Schools Advisory Board

Tom Torlakson
California Superintendent
of Public Education

Chet Widom
California State Architect

Colleges Advisory Board

Erik Skinner
Deputy Chancellor
California Community Colleges
Chancellor’s Office

Van Ton-Quinlivan
Vice Chancellor
Economic Development and
Workforce Preparation
California Community Colleges
Chancellor’s Office

Complete list







Concurrent Session Descriptions

Wednesday, November 5

Prop 39: Best Practices

11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Finding Value in Prop 39
Many schools are finding it difficult to deliver the value promised by Prop 39 funding. Regulatory hurdles are high, filing requirements can be difficult, and it's hard for districts to sort out whether vendors are presenting measures that will help save energy, or just help spend the money. In this session we help you sort the wheat from the chaff. Jim Kelsey, P.E., a nationally recognized expert on energy efficiency, will provide insights into which strategies result in real cost savings to schools, what energy efficiency measures are safe, sound and reliable, and what snake oil smells like.

Jim Kelsey, President, kW Engineering

1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

What are we doing with Prop 39? Reports from Three Districts
Prop. 39 has been in effect for almost one year; there are more than four years to go. How is the progress? How do Districts implement the work? What is the biggest block for this program?

We invite 3 District to share their thoughts, planning and projections. Examples of subjects for discussion are:

1. Is the funding amount proper to create energy efficiency projects? What type of projects?
2. Do the rules for (SIR) Saving/Investment Ratio and project definition make sense?
3. How can districts create more projects by using Prop. 39 as a catalyst?
4. Impact of Prop. 39 to the big picture of a District's energy efficiency master plan.

Ying Wang, Green School Consultant, Okapi Architecture, Inc.

Christos Chrysiliou, Director of Architectural & Engineering Services, LAUSD - Facilities Services Division
Samer Alzubaidi, Director of Facilities Planning and Development, San Bernardino USD
Wael Elatar, Chief Business Officer, Barstow USD

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Using Incentives to Meet SIR Requirements
Description forthcoming

Water Conservation

11:00 am – 12:15 pm

"The Drought" - Impacts and Solutions for Schools
This session will be multi-dimensional. It will first describe the water picture in southern California: Where we get our water, why we are in a drought, how we are still providing water in the drought and what the future supplies look like. We will also address new state wide water restrictions and fines. Then we will talk about options for schools. How can school be more water efficient? We will look at new technologies, rebates available in all of southern California and real world examples

Bill McDonnell, Water Efficiency Manager, Metropolitan Water District

1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

Keeping Landscapes Green with Less Green
Landscapes require irrigation to provide essential functions and benefits in most areas of California. Water supplies or costs often limit the amount of irrigation available to landscapes, so water-conserving landscape design and management practices along with irrigation priorities are needed to ensure a landscape provides its intended purpose. An accurate estimate of a landscape’s water requirement is central to designing a water-efficient landscape and deciding whether landscape retrofits, management practices, and irrigation priorities are cost-effective. Learn a simple scientific means of estimating landscape water requirements, management and design practices that minimize irrigation requirements, and an approach for prioritizing landscape irrigation when water is limited.

Dennis Pittenger, Area Environmental Horticulturalist, University of California Cooperative Extension

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

School Gardens and Water Conservation
Presenters will discuss how Pasadena Unified continues to remove landscape lawn areas and build school gardens in their place to support water conservation, create outdoor classrooms for STEM/STEAM and suppotr the District's recent Farm to School Resolution requiring 2% of food served to come from the school garden, once ServSafe compliance is achieved. Find out how the District is utilizing the turf removal rebate program to fund the project, including paying high school student interns to build the gardens.

Shirly Barrett, Facilities Grounds Coordinator, PUSD
Mud Baron, Project Director, Muir Ranch, John Muir High School, PUSD
Ralph Peschek, Administrator of Child Nutrition
Ann Rector, Coordinator of Health Services
Ria Apodaca, Principal, Eugene Field Elementary School
Roger Gray, Lead Science Teacher, Eliot Middle School
Maya Sharp, Parent Volunteer, Jackson Elementary School, School Garden Project Leader
Sue Clark, Eugene Field Elementary School, PTSA President, Parent Volunteer


11:00 am – 12:15 pm

"Every School a Green School": California's School Facilities Funding and High Performance Standards
Funding for California's school facilities is in a time of transition. However, the state's commitment to high performance schools continues to strengthen. New Title 24 energy efficiency standards are in effect, CALGreen code requirements impact all new school buildings, and Prop 39 energy efficiency funding is beginning to be released. Zero net energy building requirements are on the horizon. Sustainable communities requirements will begin shaping development of new schools. New CHPS and LEED standards continue to provide a strong framework for green schools. How can we make sense of the challenges and the opportunities of this unique time for school facilities? How can we find the money to include the high performance elements that will support and enhance our 21st century learning environments? When will every school be a green school?

William Savidge, Assistant Executive Officer, State Allocation Board

1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

Money, Money, Money, Money!
This workshop will focus on providing timely information on federal and state funding opportunities available to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) for Proposition 39 and other energy efficiency programs, water conservation grants, New Market Tax Credit program, federal Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZAB), and other sources of funding. Don’t leave money on the table - attend this workshop to learn from industry-leading experts representing LEAs and the school finance industry about how you can get more money for your school facility projects.

Joe Dixon, Assistant Superintendent of Facilities & Governmental Relations, Santa Ana Unified School District
Tova Corman, Long Beach Unified School District
Tim White, Oakland Unified School District
Mike Tarantino, CSFM, Director of Facilities, Maintenance and Operations, Poway Unified School District

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Leveraging Energy-Related Prop 39 $
Wouldn't it be nice if the State's new Prop 39 energy project funds could be leveraged to larger projects? Or maybe provide a way to continue investing in energy as an ongoing maintenance investment? This session will discuss how leveraging funds with certain financing structures can provide opportunities to turn one-time, multi-year funding into a longer term strategy to upgrade, maintain and "green" school sites throughout your District.

Laura Franke, Director, Public Financial Management, Inc.


11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Holistic Sustainable Approaches
Learn about how your school can win a Green Ribbon Schools award! This award recognizes schools that are exemplary in the three pillars of environmental impact, human health, and ecoliteracy. Lesley Taylor, California Department of Education, will highlight the national and California awards and application process. LEED Fellow Pauline Souza, will share The Center for Green Schools "Whole Sustainability Framework" and "National Action Plan for Educating for Sustainability" tools to assist schools in achieving the three pillar goals. Deborah Moore, Green Schools Initiative, will share the results of a national survey about the benefits of becoming a Green Ribbon school and how to use the application as a self-assessment tool. Local success stories will illustrate the power of this wonderful initiative.

Lesley Taylor, Program Lead, California Green Ribbon Schools, California Department of Education
Deborah Moore, Executive Director, Green Schools Initiative
Pauline Souza, Partner, WRNS Studio

1:30 pm – 2:45 pm

Implementing a Green Curriculum: Strategies and Success Stories
Sustainability is being implemented into K-12 curriculum and being tied to state standards at all grade levels across California. Our students are actively engaged in addressing environmental issues in their schools and communities. Though often the ties to science standards are emphasized, green curriculum bridges across all subject areas, encourages holistic thinking and offers opportunities for creative problem solving. Community engagement, service projects and service learning are essential elements of green curriculum and give students opportunities to address real world problems. The panel brings together teachers that are implementing green curriculum from several California school districts. Each panelist will briefly describe their individual perspective and experiences. Each statement will include the panelist’s opinion of the idea of green curriculum and how to overcome any obstacles that they have experienced.

Duke Graham, Principal, Gaia Development

Julia Eiko Hawkinson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, CEFP Senior Project Development Manager, Contract Professional, Los Angeles Unified School District, Asset Management, Planning & Development
Dean Grubb, 6th Grade Teacher, Head, Alderwood Green Team, Irvine USD
Bill Brooks, Teacher, Irvine USD
Joseph Starks, Green Construction Teacher, LAUSD, ROP, Environmental Natural Sciences Magnet
Kirsten Johnson, Teacher, Ninety Third Street Elementary School, LAUSD

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Energy and Behavior Modification: Students Saving the Day (and Money) in Exisiting Buildings
Can 5th graders save big money on your energy bill by just talking to teachers? The answer is yes. While most schools would love to add renewable energy to their campus to reduce the burden of the bills, learn how simple low and no cost programs save schools 23% - 33% in energy bills through tracking and behavior change. The Green Renovation at Davis Magnet School shares 18 months of data to illustrate achieved savings and hands-on learning.

Wendy Rogers, Principal, LPA
Emily Kocy, Interior Designer, LPA
Melanie Peck, Energy Coalition

Innovative Technology

11:00 am – 12:15 pm
The ABC’s of VRF: A Green HVAC Technology that Provides an Ideal
Green School

What to look for in a Green HVAC solution? What if your HVAC system could not only provide better comfort and deliver energy savings, but also potentially improve the productivity and health of your students and faculty as well? What if you could solve all four issues with a single system?
Fujitsu VRF (variable refrigerant flow) may be the answer. This state-of-the-art technology has the ability to save up to 30% on energy bills and provides schools with year-round comfort, it can also provide the fresh air necessary for student health and “library” quiet operation for improved productivity. Join us in this session to understand the ABC’s of VRF and learn how this Green HVAC technology can deliver an ideal solution. This session, presented by Roy Kuczera, Senior Vice President for Fujitsu General America. He will review the benefits of these modular, scalable, zoned, centrally controlled, advanced scheduled, remotely monitored, energy savings managed, Airstage VRF HVAC systems, their technology, and strategies for applying them to efficiently meet the heating and cooling needs of school facilities.

Roy Kuczera, Senior Vice President, Fujitsu General America

1:30 pm – 3:45 pm
The Future of Zero Net Energy for Public Facilities in California
Harley Ellis Devereaux will host a panel discussion which explores the state of Zero Net Energy Projects in California today and where the opportunities for comprehensive zero net energy projects lie in the future. Panelists will discuss case studies which reveal both the challenges and opportunities of achieving this benchmark. The audience will be encouraged to share recent experiences of their own. Specific examples will span a diversity of scales and levels of complexity: West Berkeley Branch Library is a small community library recently completed on a tight urban site; the Green Tech Academy is a plan for a sustainable high school campus planned by Lodi Unified School District near Sacramento; Cerritos Community College is in the final stages of an energy master plan for an entire campus with multiple buildings.

John R. Dale FAIA, Pre-K-12 Studio Leader, Harley Ellis Devereaux

Ralph DiNola, Executive Director, New Buildings Institute
Dr. David El Fattal, Vice President of Business Services, Cerritos Community College District
Peter Turnbull, Principal, Commercial Buildings, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Timothy R. DeWitt, Principal Architect, Rainforth Grau Architects
Senior Vice President, Engineering, Harley Ellis Devereaux
Gerard Lee, Project Architect, Harley Ellis Devereaux
Bharat Patel, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Harley Ellis Devereaux

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
E21 – A 21st Century Approach to Energy, Education and the Environment
An interactive, engaging dialogue with attendees. E21 is a strategic Panasonic initiative to offer an innovative, model approach to transforming how we bring together Energy, Education and the Environment for the betterment of the education system as whole. We are seeking feedback from conference attendees the E21 model, which is designed to transform how we bring energy, education, and the environment together for the advancement of our education system. Each phase supports and advances the next, as follows:

Phase 1 – Energize through a solar energy solution, delivered and guaranteed by Panasonic
Phase 2 – Engage in a collaborative process to direct energy savings to important educational needs
Phase 3 – Empower students, teachers, and administrators to modernize the classroom environment

Our bold goal is to help hundreds of schools go solar by the end of the decade, while empowering millions of minds in a sustainable way for the future.

Doug Payne, Senior Business Development Manager, Panasonic Eco Solutions
Jonathan Jaffrey, CEO, Coronal Group
Thor Misko, VP of Development, Project Lead the Way
Christine Marez, Director, Cumming Corporation
Peter McCormack, Head of School at Rolling Hills Preparatory School

Thursday, November 6


10:30 am – 11:45 am

Selecting & Implementing Effective Renewable Energy Solutions
This session will explore effective methods for assessing, selecting and implementing renewable energy solutions for schools and colleges. Our panel members will discuss the most current technologies and how to determine the best choices based on individual campus requirements. They will offer tips on how to manage renewable energy projects from pre-planning through close-out; and explore technologies on the horizon that may be of future interest to the Education Sector.

Gregory Coxsom PE, Regional Sales Director, OpTerra Energy Services
Woodrow Clark II, PhD, Managing Director, Clark Strategic Partners
Howard Goldstein, Governing Board Member, Beverly Hills Unified School District
Tim Oliver, Executive Director, Santa Barbara Institute

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm

The CCC Energy Corps, a special program of the California Conservation Corps
The session will introduce the CCC's Energy Corps-----a program funded by Prop 39 to provide energy services to schools while integrating training and workforce development opportunities for young adults. The session will describe Energy Corps services including: 1) no cost whole building (ASHRAE compliant) energy opportunity surveys; 2) implementation of low cost energy efficiency retrofit projects; and 3) educational presentations to students about energy conservation. The CCC wlll provide case studies and description of its partnerships with Energy Firms, Community Colleges and the U C Davis Energy Efficiency Center.

Bill McNamara, Director-Energy Programs, California Conservation Corps

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Proposition 39: The Heat is On and the Clock is Ticking
Leveraging California’s Proposition 39 funding for energy efficiency projects can be of great benefit to schools, but, as always, the devil is in the details. This legal expert will provide an overview of the legislation and explain the essential components of energy project contracts. Special attention will be given to complying with audit guidelines to ensure funding eligibility and avoid unnecessary complications. Attendees will receive a tip sheet with practical pointers for planning and implementing energy conservation programs.

Kathleen McKee, Partner, Fagen, Friedman and Fulfrost LLP


10:30 am – 11:45 am

Bringing nature into the classroom: EEI and place-based learning
Environment-based instruction makes learning relevant and fun for students by engaging them in topics they care about – the air they breathe, the water they drink, and the food they eat. Come learn about the landmark Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI) curriculum, a state-approved K-12 curriculum that teaches California science and history/social science standards through an environmental lens. Featured speakers include Santa Monica-based educator Kurt Holland, who will discuss ways that EEI can be used to create effective project-based learning activities and Mid-City’s Prescott Principal, Dr. Gale Greer who will share insights into implementing a comprehensive school-wide science program that features the EEI curriculum.

Kirk Amato, Environmental Education Specialist, CalRecycle
Gail Greer, Principal, Mid-City's Prescott School of Enriched Sciences
Kurt Holland, EEI Teacher Ambassador, CalRecycle
Chris Liske, Environmental Education Specialist
Kelly Kell, Marketing and Outreach Manager, Office of Education and the Environment, CalRecycle

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm

Beyond Prop 39 Planning: Maximizing Financial, Environmental and Learning Outcomes

This session is designed for superintendents, facility directors, school leaders, and teachers to help make the most out of Prop 39 funding. Prop 39 has the potential to simultaneously reduce school operating budgets and environmental impact, while engaging students in applied STEM service-learning and leadership projects. This session will explore cost-effective ways to: leverage Prop 39 funds for expansion of retrofit capacity; enable successful conservation campaigns; and engage students in meaningful service-learning and leadership. Attendees will: learn about low and no-cost energy use reduction strategies including Building Operator Certification and conservation campaigns; hear data-driven stories on successful models statewide; and learn about educational resources such as school energy auditing curriculum that enables students to help prepare their school for Prop 39 while developing career skills in alignment with the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.

Emily Courtney, Program Director - Education, Strategic Energy Innovations
Danielle Geers, Program Manager, CLEAResult

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Behavior Programs as a Resource
In California and across the country, schools are investing billions of dollars in energy efficient technologies and renewable energy sources; but they often overlook the benefits and financial windfalls that come from low- and no-cost behavior change. While hardware solutions are attractive, behavior programs can yield higher returns on investment than most capital upgrades. Still, regulators have been slow to recognize behavior change as a resource for meeting their energy efficiency goals. This presentation will review the fundamental ingredients of effective behavior program design and implementation, and discuss obstacles and opportunities in recognizing behavior program as a resource for achieving efficiency goals. We will review how behavior programs can take advantage of emerging technologies and social scientific insights to leverage their success. And in light of the current Prop 39 landscape, the presentation will also review efforts toward recognizing behavior programs as fundable projects.

Scott Thach, Director, PowerSave Schools Program, Alliance to Save Energy
David Montgomery, Program Associate, PowerSave Schools Program, Alliance to Save Energy
Kavitha Nambiar, Program Associate, PowerSave Schools Program, Alliance to Save Energy


10:30 am – 11:45 am

Making Peace with the Natural World: Peace Begins on Our Plates
While many school systems are serving more nutritious foods, the Oak Park Unified School District is unique in that it is helping students make connections between food choices and the environment by promoting a more plant-based diet through an innovative student nutrition program. More than 70% of the agricultural land in the U.S. is used to feed livestock and animal agriculture is responsible for more than 20% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. As a National Green Ribbon School District, Oak Park USD is linking the nutrition education program, student nutrition, and garden programs, into a web of understanding connecting food and the environment. One of our partners is Beyond Meat. Beyond Meat produces an all-natural, plant-based 'meat' that provides all of the nutrition of animal meat, including protein and amino acids, and that has the texture and taste people expect, but takes the animal out of the equation.

Dr. Tony Knight, Superintendent, Oak Park Unified School District
Ethan Brown, CEO, Beyond Meat
Carole Ly, Director of Child Nutrition and Wellness, Oak Park Unified School District
Jennifer von Schneidau, Chair, OPUSD Wellness Council, Oak Park Unified School District

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm

How to Build an Electric Charging Infrastructure at A Competitive Price
The purpose of this session is to demonstration through case studies and success stories how to plan, develop energy programs, implementation of the right electrical charging infrastructures for your school, company and or municipal needs at a competitive price for school campuses, workplace parking structures, including city parking structures and locations that make sense to encourage the use of electric vehicles. Furthermore, this panel will discussion and share first hand experiences with various technologies and best practices that have failed and have been successful from the end-users prospective. Including trends of the future and direction for the industry and cost to purchase equipment and installation including measurable emissions and Greenhouse Gas reductions.

Rick Longobart, Facilities, Fleet and Central Stores Manager, City of Santa Ana
Bill Williams, Head of Sales, North America, Telefonix, Inc
Tony Chang, Business Development Director, Greentrak

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

Creating High Performance Schools with the 2014 CA-CHPS Criteria
Creating a high performance K-12 learning environment that improves student health, reduces operational costs, and lessens environmental impact just got easier, with the release of the 2014 edition of California CHPS Criteria (CA-CHPS). Facilities staff, architects, and engineers are encouraged to join in this interactive workshop to learn the latest strategies on creating high performance learning spaces in the built environment, as well as ways to incorporate the CALGreen Code, Title 24 Energy Code, and take advantage of Prop 39.

Stephany I. Mason, PhD, LEED AP, Program Manager - Technical Services, Collaborative for High Performance Schools
Aaron Jobson, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
Mayra Gonzalez, Construction Administration Technician, Santa Ana Unified School District
Arlene Hopkins RA, CHPS, Resilience Strategist, Applied Human Ecology


10:30 am – 11:45 am

Water – California needing to Connect the Drops
It has been said that nothing closes a school like the lack of water. In California, a state of emergency was issued in January of this yea. Having experienced water shortages since the 70’s, and technologies now available to cut water consumption by 50%, how is it that schools still waste approximately 20% of the water on their campus through poor site water management, outdated fixtures, overwatering landscape and fields. While regulatory agencies have begun accepting alternative water for more uses through mandates and codes, we are still subject to individual interpretation and fear. John Leys from Sherwood Engineers gives us an update on the regulatory hurdles and new technologies that are helping to change minds and projects. One of the biggest obstacles we face is human nature and human behavior. Learn how Case studies from northern and southern California illustrate opportunities, challenges, successes and lessons learned as schools work to reduce the demand for water and increase the recognition that water is precious supporting reduced environmental impact and ecoliteracy.

Pauline Souza, Partner, WRNS Studio
Wendy Rogers, Principal, LPA Inc.
Drew Norton, P.E., Sherwood Design Engineers
Jeffrey Albrecht, Grant Manager, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Financial Assistance

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm

Energy –Net Zero for Zero?
Can achieving a Net Zero energy building or campus really happen without major capital investment? Does it mean BIG thinking or SMALL tweaking?  What have been the latest trends in the pursuit of Net Zero Energy Buildings?  Big: Learn how schools can work on establishing policy, create long range goals, and develop these into master campus strategies.  Small: Learn how monitoring systems, tracking usage such as plug loads, and enforcing a lights off policy can result in 20-30% savings.    The Center for Green Schools Powering Down helps identify how a school can reduce bills by 30% with no capital investment. Example efforts and projects from North to South including the Oakland Unified Fremont High School Net Zero Campus Master Plan, illustrate long term opportunities and substantial savings, challenges and lessons learned and insights into trends and strategies for moving towards energy independence.

Keith Hempel, Associate, LPA
David Kaneda, Managing Principal, Integral Group
Edward Dean, Principal, Bernheim + Dean Inc.

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm

The Food Connection- Gardens as the Ultimate Life Classroom

Edible gardens provide a connection to community, support student access to the outdoors, and results in a healthy alternative to junk food often available in cafeterias. In a world where 30% of children eat no fruit and 20 % don’t eat vegetables – shouldn’t a school garden that produces food its students cultivate and eat be a requirement? Learn what schools have done to overcome the challenges of integrating school grown food into their offerings. Case Studies include Aptitude Community Academy in San Jose, various endeavors for San Francisco Unified, Davis Magnet School in Costa Mesa and a hydroponic supported garden for Waikoloa in Hawaii. Recognizing the importance of local food production on healthier communities and people, two major benchmark systems have included credit requirements in its rating system. The session will provide information on the LEED Local Food Production pilot credit and the Living Building Challenge Urban Agriculture credit. Learn how schools and neighborhoods are implementing long lasting programs in mobile containers, on rooftops with recycled and donated materials, resulting in successful using plantings gardens and edible learning spaces – all supporting human health and ecoliteracy.

Celeste Kelly, Lead Garden Educator, The Kitchen Community
Vanessa Handy

Innovative Technology

10:30 am – 11:45 am
The Roles of Energy Advisors and Utility Programs for Prop 39
Technical and financial assistance for your Prop 39 projects is available from utility demand-side management (DSM) programs as well as engineering firms that specialize in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Whether you need help in energy benchmarking and energy audits, developing an energy expenditure plan, or finding financing options, energy consultants and utility energy advisors have the expertise to assist you. Most of these services may be provided through utility DSM programs at zero or discounted costs. In this session, representatives from utilities and the engineering consulting industry will present the technical services and financial incentives that are available to help you plan for and implement Prop 39 projects.

Kelvin Marshall, Principal Energy Advisor, SMUD
Jillian Rich, Expert Program Manager, Government and Community Partnerships, PG&E
Beena Morar, Customer Service, Demand Side Management, SCE
Milena Usabiaga, Project Manager, Utility Services, Nexant, Inc.

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm
Save Energy ... Stop Building Envelope Air Leaks for Healthy, Comfortable Building Performance
For building owners with high performance building goals, eliminating gaps, cracks and holes in the building envelope is the first simple step to improving building performance. Because the building envelope is the first line of defense against weather, insects, pollutants and other environmental factors, maintaining its integrity is critical to meeting building performance and energy consumption goals. Our experienced staff understands the cause of effect of uncontrolled air leakage. We specialize in air barrier solutions for government, education, healthcare, commercial, condominium and manufacturing markets. This building performance solution can be coupled with one of our procurement vehicles via lease - lease back.

Vince Paladino, Director of Canam, Tremco, Inc.
Ed Grant, WTI Division Manager, Weatherproofing Technologies, Inc.
Joseph Baca, Regional Manager, SWR, Tremco, Inc.

2:45 pm – 4:00 pm
Best Practices for School Energy Efficiency
- Cost Effective solutions that meet SIR requirements
- Understanding Who is Who for Energy Efficient Lighting
- DLC listing for Rebate eligibility
- Manufacturer-agnostic approach
- Case Studies- Successful Proposition 39 projects

John Gerber, West Coast Division Vice President, Rexel
Andrew Hoerner, Energy Solutions Specialist; Rexel
Bruce Ryman, ESCO Manager; Osram Sylvania





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