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January 1, 2005
 
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PG&E School Resource Program

The School Resource Program (SRP) is an innovative program that combines available resources from the California Energy Commission's Bright Schools Program , the U.S. Department of Energy's Rebuild America Program, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to provide energy efficiency services to participating public school districts.
Utility Sponsor: Pacific Gas & Electric

The Alliance to Save Energy's Green Campus Program is leading the way towards campus sustainability by bridging the divide between students and institutional energy costs.
Utility Sponsors: Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company

California Preschool Energy Efficiency Program (CPEEP)
The California Preschool Energy Efficiency Program (CPEEP) helps center-based child care and preschool facilities in the Southern California Edison and Pacific Gas & Electric service areas be healthier, greener and save money on energy bills, all for free. CPEEP is a program of the Low Income Investment Fund.
Utility Sponsors: Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison

Community Energy Partnership (CEP)

The Community Energy Partnership (CEP) is a partnership between Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company, and nine school districts in southern California. Approximately 12,000 upper elementary and middle school students participate in CEP. Communities surrounding CEP schools benefit from unique outreach activities focused on energy efficiency education.
Utility Sponsors: Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company

Alliance to Save Energy's Green Schools Program

The Alliance to Save Energy's Green Schools Program engages students in creating energy-saving activities in their schools, using hands-on, real-world projects. Through basic changes in the operations, maintenance, and individual behavior, Green Schools has achieved reductions in energy use of 5 to 15 percent among participating schools.

California Energy Commission's Bright Schools Program

The Bright Schools Program offers services to help find ways for your school to become more "energy wise". All publicly funded California K-12 school districts and non-profit K-12 schools are eligible for assistance from this program.

 

Collaborative for High Performance Schools
The mission of the Collaborative for High Performance Schools is to facilitate the design, construction and operation of high performance schools: environments that are not only energy and resource efficient, but also healthy, comfortable, well lit, and containing the amenities for a quality education.

ENERGY STAR for K-12 School Districts

Partnering with ENERGY STAR is a commitment to your students as well as to the environment. This site offers curriculum and program suggestions to facilitate this partnership

Resource Action Programs: LivingWise

Through the LivingWise Program, students learn about conservation in a classroom setting. The new knowledge is then taken home and shared with their families and friends, reinforcing the lessons learned. LivingWise provides students and their families with the tools needed to audit and retrofit their homes, generating immediate lasting resource savings.

School Energy Efficiency Program (SEE)

The School Energy Efficiency Program is available to qualifying private and public K-12 school districts in nineteen counties in PG&E's service territory. The goal of the program is to reduce energy costs and improve the learning environment.

US DOE's EnergySmart Schools

EnergySmart Schools mean healthier children and teachers - and a healthy planet. They also save money for America's school districts. On this site, you can learn more about how to plan, finance, design and build, and operate and maintain EnergySmart Schools.

 
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