Energy Upgrade Calif. 2.0: A Market-Based Solution

Ori Skloot, Interim Exec. Dir. and Board Chair of Efficiency First Calif.; and Pres. of Advanced Home Energy, presents industry’s roadmap for building a scalable, sustainable energy efficiency market that can serve California’s 13 million homes and handle the estimated $100 billion of economic activity that effort will generate.

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Comment by Tom Delconte on June 19, 2014 at 8:01am

Great video! Everything's better in Cali. Except for one thing: it has very little water. Many of the western city states are expected to dry up within the next few years. The large scale emigration from CA to AZ to ? continues. I apologize in advance for mentioning the truth.

http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Articles/2014/02/06/California-Drough...

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