In this Q&A, Kelly, now Uplight’s Director of Risk and Compliance, shared how her current role is creating more sustainable energy opportunities for people and businesses around the world.
Voting results on the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) are in, and the approved proposals will bring an estimated 10% or more efficiency improvement for both residential and commercial buildings that follow the IECC.
In 2019, we saw climate commitments continue but, more notably, we saw cities starting to take action to meet their commitments.
The building energy code is an important tool that states, counties, and cities have to meet their climate and energy goals. As government leaders take more ambitious steps to reduce carbon emissions and provide healthier and more affordable places for people to live and work, it is critical to improve the code that sets minimum … Continued
This case study describes on-bill financing programs managed by California investor-owned utilities.
Stronger energy codes and more widespread code compliance can help change the tide on energy affordability.
This guide is designed to help city staff understand and work with stakeholders to craft a policy that will drive demand for energy-efficient buildings.
As proposed policies move through the approval process in a city, public testimony may be requested in favor or against legislation. This guide summarizes tips for delivering testimony as well as coordinating that of stakeholders.
This resource serves as an invite template for inviting stakeholders to participate in meetings and public forums. Cities can also use this template to get started on creating a customized invitation.
Why should cities add engaging with their state public utilities commission (PUC) to their list of responsibilities?