Reporting Your Savings Under the Proposition 39 Program
March 15, 2016 | 2:00 p.m.
The Proposition 39 Program has provided every school district, county office of education, and charter school with a per ADA allocation of funding for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that provide a specific Return on Investment (ROI). We are currently at the midpoint of this five-year program.
Will you be ready to easily report out results that show you met the mark?
Current and Future Energy Measurement Required Under the Program:
- Accountability provisions imbedded in the implementing statute require K-14 schools to show cost and savings after the installation of energy measures using Proposition 39 funding.
- Energy Commission Guidelines require Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to measure their baseline use and provide an analysis to the State that shows cost and energy use savings for these installed projects and provide annual and final reports for verification.
- The Proposition 39 Citizens Oversight Board is charged with writing a report to the Legislature on the success of the program based on an audit(s) of these reports once projects are completed.
This webinar will showcase options for LEAs that are seeking to show the costs and energy savings under the Proposition 39 program and how to account for unforeseen variables such as changing electricity rates or weather patterns that may have required more energy use.
Hear answers to the following questions:
-What is required under the Proposition 39 program and how can I efficiently and effectively track my progress?
-What if my energy consumption INCREASES after my Prop 39 project, due to occupancy or weather condition changes?
-How can I demonstrate that the building is still more EFFICIENT? How can I ensure that the efficiency is sustained?
Anna Ferrera, School Energy Coalition
Rick Brown, Terra Verde Renewable Partners
Marina Pelosi, Schneider Electric
Matt Spence, Indoor Environmental Services
$50 for SEC Members
$85 for non-members