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Energy Upgrade California

This is a group for contractors and other pros participating in the Energy Upgrade California energy efficiency program launched 3/1/11.

Website: http://energyupgradeca.org
Location: California
Members: 56
Latest Activity: Sep 8, 2015

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Make Money Recession proof Business Energy deregulation brought more than just the ability to save on your gas and electric bills. You can now make money…lot’s of money.The competition is fierce. New…Continue

Big Opportunity in California

Started by Barry NewDelman Dec 20, 2013. 0 Replies

Residential and Small Commercial customers have the opportunity for huge savings on their Gas Bills at absolutly no cost …Continue

Your owe to your Clients and Your Self

Started by Barry NewDelman. Last reply by Glen Gallo Sep 16, 2013. 1 Reply

California is wide open for FREE Gas SavingsIf you are in the Home Energy Business you should be aware of thisJoin the Ambit Team,…Continue

Green Build Academy (Subsidized Online Training -San Diego and Orange Counties, CA)

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Comment by George M. Matthews on May 2, 2011 at 8:44pm

Has anyone been able to find a person at BIG, the new administrater of EUC who can answer questions about the program? I finally got a call back from a staffer there who said she'd try to find someone to help me. The lack of staff knowledgable about, and in charge of the program was really disconcerting.

Does anyone know the people at the CEC running this program? They seem really invisible in this whole process.

Comment by Ron Jones on April 25, 2011 at 4:53pm
I just read Pat's blog and, as always, appreciate her insight. I've put the whole thing on the back burner for now. I think the only players not benefitting from the program are homeowners and contractors.

I particularly liked her comment that she hopes they can figure it out before the money is gone. I've been wondering that myself. The longer this thing drags on the less money will be available, and more barriers will be instituted.
Comment by George M. Matthews on April 25, 2011 at 4:27pm

Who is running the program now?

When will the CEC OK Recurve software?

Comment by Tom White on April 4, 2011 at 2:40pm

Any members of this Group can start discussion topics.  I'd be interested in topics related to your experience or questions regarding:

  • program planning and marketing
  • local rebates, incentives and other financing
  • furthering dialogue and cooperation between contractors and auditors
  • other topics based on your experience in the program.

 

Comment by Tom White on April 2, 2011 at 12:08am

Roving Home Energy stringer Pat Colburn posted a report on a EUCA update at a recent Efficiency First SF Bay Area chapter meeting.  You can read her notes and impressions here: http://www.homeenergy.org/blog.php?id=133.  

 

Any reports from SoCal?

Comment by Tom White on March 28, 2011 at 9:43pm
I should add that I'm not representing or working for the EUCA program.  I'm only working in my role as a co-publisher on HE Pros to facilitate discussion.  I hope that EUCA staff members or subcontracting agencies will check in from time to time to answer questions.  You'll also find EUCA discussions on Engage360.com.
 

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