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Ashley Cascio has worked for more than 8 years with Climatec, a leading provider of turnkey implementation and funding solutions for public agencies looking to make buildings smarter, safer, and more efficient. We spoke with Ashley about her role as director of energy services as well as trends across the state related to energy and infrastructure.
Ramona Unified School District (RUSD) celebrated its soon-to-come solar arrays with a groundbreaking ceremony at Ramona High School on the afternoon of Nov. 12. The installation of these solar panels, provided by Climatec, marks the last leg of the district’s comprehensive energy conservation program.
To celebrate San Benito High School District’s (SBHSD) energy infrastructure update coming to a close, SBHSD invites our school community to flip the switch on San Benito High School’s (SBHS) brand new solar PV system from 11:30 a.m.
Taylor Libolt Varner is a Planner/business developer for MSA consulting, as well serving as a board member for Desert Valleys Builders association on the La Quinta Planning Commission. We asked her to talk some more about at time with MSA consulting and her time with the planning commission.