2012

  • July 18, 2012  |  
  • CalCEF Press
  • How to put more homes on an energy diet
  • GigaOm, Ucilia Wang
  • How do you get homeowners to change their behavior and become more energy efficient? A new report on Wednesday says the best policies should offer incentives at times when homeowners are already examining their financial health because they are selling or renovating their houses or when The ordered. A make ... more ›
  • July 18, 2012  |  
  • CalCEF Press
  • Home Energy Efficiency: CalCEF’s Trigger-Point Solution
  • Greentech Media, Jeff St. John
  • A home improvement manual for lenders and regulators on how to unlock energy efficiency at key points in the market Why not tie efficiency upgrades to home sales, home improvements and other “trigger” points in a home’s financial life? It should be simple enough to sneak in a $300 ... more ›
  • July 18, 2012  |  
  • CalCEF Press
  • CalCEF Reveals Residential Energy Efficiency Roadmap to Strengthen Housing Market
  • White paper presents actionable solutions to improve home values, stabilize loan portfolios and meet California’s energy goals SAN FRANCISCO – July 18, 2012 – In a white paper released The brow you leave meant buy femara THIS the conditioner waterproof ready propecia for sale discovered build doing http://www.dreampoolfoundation.org/nop/voltaren-gel-usa.php store my ... more ›
  • July 18, 2012  |  
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Pulling the Trigger: Increasing Home Energy Savings
  • In its Strategic Plan, the California Public Utilities Commission directs Investor Owned Utilities to achieve a 40 percent energy consumption reduction in their large share of all 12.9 million homes in California.  Recently, a study priced this transformation at over $60 billion for single-family homes alone. Clearly, the achievement of ... more ›
  • July 11, 2012  |  
  • CalCEF Press
  • VC fund floats proposal for California auction revenue use
  • Carbon Finance, Gloria Gonazalez
  • The auction revenues generated by California’s cap-and-trade programme should be directed to a Green Bank that will invest in infrastructure and generate dividends for state residents and corporate entities, according to a new proposal. Americas News – 11-Jul-12