Zero Net Energy: Building Expertise For Sustainability

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A Zero Net Energy (ZNE) building consumes no energy from traditional utility grids and produces zero carbon emissions annually. The concept is not new, however, with increasing energy costs and continuing environmental concerns, ZNE buildings are quickly becoming a reality. Bernie Kotlier, director of the Green Building Solutions for the Labor Management Cooperation Committee, recently sat down to speak with Sean Reynolds of Energy Independence Magazine about this emerging technology, its benefits and the expertise involved in development and construction.
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CALCTP Advances Bright Options for Proposition 39

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In 2012, voters approved the Clean Energy Jobs Act, Proposition 39, to provide funding of energy efficient projects and create clean energy jobs. This past summer, Governor Jerry Brown and California policy makers, worked out the details of distributing the estimated $2.5 billion of new revenue. Bernie Kotlier, co-founder and co-chair of the California Advanced Lighting Control Training Program (CALCTP) explains and examines some of the benefits and limitations of Proposition 39.
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An Electrically Charged Boot Camp Will It Spark Students

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The Colton Unified School District Superintendent, Jerry Almendarez, spoke recently with Sean Reynolds of Energy Independence Magazine about district plans to initiate a two-day boot camp program sponsored, in part, by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW.) 
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Sullivan Solar Power: Leading The Pack Towards Energy Independence

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RIVERSIDE, CA- Sullivan Solar Power staff recently sat down to speak with Shelley Brumbaugh of Energy Independence Magazine about how they are assisting the Inland Southern California region in leading the race to energy independence. They also spoke about programs offered to help communities go solar.
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