• First Installment of Lancaster Choice Energy’s Small Commercial District Install Program Serves 138 Businesses, Saves 1.8 Million kW

    The first phase of Lancaster Choice Energy’s (LCE) Small Commercial Direct Install program is helping 138 local businesses save almost 2 million kilowatts of energy.
  • Ramona Unified Kicks Off Solar Energy Project

    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.
  • Bell Kicks Off Multi-Facility Energy Infrastructure Update

    In the coming months, the City of Bell will undergo an energy infrastructure transformation that is both turnkey and projected to realize approximately $2.9 million in budget savings for the City.
  • Rowland Unified School District Upgrades Schools Over Summer

    Students of Rowland Unified School District (RUSD) are returning to upgraded school campuses following a districtwide energy infrastructure update that took place over summer break.
  • San Benito High School Solar Project Comes to a Close

    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.
  • Executive Interview with Taylor Libolt Varner

    Taylor Libolt Varner headshot 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. 
  • CSAC 2019 Challenge Award Recipients

    The California State Association of Counties has released their 2019 Challenge Award Recipients, which honors 51 programs from 27 counties across the state. Choosing from 284 entries, the list spotlights the most innovative programs developed by California’s Counties.
  • Ramona Students Start School on a Bright Note

    Ramona Unified School District (RUSD) students are starting the new school year on a bright note thanks to LED lighting and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) upgrades throughout their schools.
  • City of Weed to “Flip the Switch” and Celebrate Renewable Energy on July 12

    The City of Weed plans to “flip the switch” on its new solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and ring in the generation of clean energy in a celebration to take place on Friday, July 12. The ceremony, slated for 10 to 10:30 a.m. under the solar shade structure at City Hall (550 Main Street in Weed, CA), will draw city leaders, community members and local media.
  • Bass Lake School District to “Plug into the Sun” on May 30

    Bass Lake Joint Union Elementary School District (BLJUESD) invites its community to “Plug into the Sun” with a celebration of a new solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Wasuma Elementary School on Thursday, May 30. The ceremony will kick off at 3 p.m. in front of the Wasuma gym, located at 43109 Highway 49 in Ahwahnee, CA.