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Getting Ready for Prop 39: Help for Schools

All the information that districts will need to actually receive their share of Prop 39 funds may not be available at this time, but one thing is certain: Projects that don’t provide a clear picture of current energy use and a solid plan for savings will not be approved.

To help schools evaluate where they stand, and where there are opportunities for cost-effective efficiency, the California Energy Commission is providing districts up to $20,000 in consulting services at no cost through its Bright Schools program.

Information about the program (which has been in existence since 1998), including a program brochure and an application for funding, can be found here.

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