This brief estimates the investment needed, and the jobs this investment would generate, to achieve zero net energy (ZNE) in all Municipal, University, School, and Hospital (MUSH) sector buildings in the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) territory.
Working families comprise nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of enrollments in America’s major public benefits programs and account for 63 percent of total program costs.1 The paychecks of many low-wage workers…
California has successfully implemented many important but straightforward EE measures such as screw-in compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). However, in order to achieve the very ambitious energy conservation targets set forth in the Strategic Plan and other policies, increasingly complex energy conservation measures and programs are needed.
This document presents guidelines for Prop. 39 program design that can ensure better jobs and workforce development outcomes.