Associate Members


SEC does not endorse companies; we are providing this partial listing of our Associate

School Energy Coalition Members for your information and convenience.


Best Best & Krieger LLP

Joshua Nelson  | | 916.551.2859
500 Capitol Mall, Suite 1700 | Sacramento, California 95814

Best Best & Krieger regularly assists school and community college districts with procuring and constructing renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in compliance with the California Government Code and Proposition 39. Our experience in energy and utility issues brings an unmatched level of value to our education clients. BB&K attorneys draft, review and negotiate power purchase agreements, energy service contracts, performance contracts and other alternative contracting methods for energy projects, such as design-build.


Johnson Controls, Inc.

Bradley J. Harlow | | 916.997.8192

Mike Kozlowski | | (916) 294-8816

103 Woodmere Road, Suite 110 | Folsom, California 95630

Johnson Controls, Inc. is a worldwide leader in building efficiency, who specializes in the K-12 and

community college markets.  We develop creative technical and financial solutions that improve

facilities infrastructure, lower operating costs, and maximize grant funding.  We deliver guaranteed

results to our customers backed by 127 years of service.


PacificWest Energy Solutions, Inc.

Robert Cho| | 562.450.0506

222 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 2000 | El Segundo, California 90245

PacificWest Energy Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of energy efficiency, renewable generation and consulting engineering services.  For 10 years, we have been helping schools and public agencies implement projects that increase energy efficiency, reduce operating costs, and ensure cost predictability.  Our goal is building lasting partnerships with comprehensive, simple and sustainable solutions.


Parker & Covert LLP

Douglas Yeoman | |(714) 573-0900

17862 E. 17th St. Ste. 204 | Tustin, California 92780

Parker & Covert LLP for over 35 years has served in a general or special counsel capacity to numerous school and community college districts in California.  Our attorneys have been active in assisting districts in planning for and implementing various energy conservation and energy generation projects, including the utilization of Proposition 39 funding. 


School Facility Consultants

Alexander R. Murdoch, President | | (916) 441-5063

Matthew A. Pettler, Vice President | | (916) 441-5063

1303 J Street, Suite 500 | Sacramento, CA 95814

Since 1986 SFC has assisted hundreds of school districts obtain billions of dollars in capital funding for school projects. We understand the intricacies of the planning and funding process, including the California Energy Commission, Office of Public School Construction, and California Department of Education.

SFC provides creative solutions and multiple funding sources for single projects. We assist districts determine the optimal project prioritization based on funding availability and help to maximize funding for energy projects.


TerraVerde Renewable Partners

Rick Brown, PhD | Rick.Brown@TVRPLLC.COM  |(707) 953-2885

1100 Larkspur Landing Circle, Suite 155 | Larkspur, California 94939

TerraVerde is an independent energy advisor representing schools and other public agencies. We help clients reduce energy costs through planning and implementing energy conservation measures, solar and other clean energy solutions. To date, TerraVerde has assisted 97 schools develop 20 MWs of solar projects. Not just a solar expert, TerraVerde‘s   comprehensive approach to energy management programming has resulted in 29 Districts across the State selecting TerraVerde to help implement their Prop 39 programs.


Vector Energy Group

Al Gancman | | 310.991.2017

16642 Arminta Street |  Van Nuys, California 91406

Vector Energy Group is an energy efficiency company specializing in LED lighting retrofits. During the past few years, we have concentrated on Prop 39 K-12 lighting retrofits.  We have performed numerous retrofits, with no money out of pocket to the school districts.  That’s correct…Prop 39 funds pay for the entire retrofit (audits/materials/labor/disposal/clean up and all required paperwork).




Membership Application

 Local Education Agencies (includes Districts, COEs, Community Colleges) ……… $260 per year

 Small School Districts (fewer than 2500 ADA & Charter Schools) ....................$105 per year
 Businesses/Associates …………………………………….....................………………………… $780 per year

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