Pictures of Proposition 39 Projects

Posted: January 7, 2016


Roseville City School District
Elementary upper grade wing receives a new roof, HVAC units and lighting retrofit


Roseville City School District

New HVAC units, roof and lighting retrofit at Crestmont Elementary



Posted: September 18, 2015 - Updated January 13, 2016

Corona Norco USD

Norco High School


New rooftop packaged HVAC units installed at Centennial HS July 2015 by Couts Heating and Cooling, Inc. working for our ESCO, Climatec.


Posted: August 21, 2015

Palermo USD

OROVILLE, CA — Students at Helen Wilcox Elementary School are coming back from their summer break to improved lighting. Watch the video to see a classroom light emitting diode (LED) retrofit in action, and how the California Conservation Corps helped keep costs down for the School District.

Posted: August 20, 2015

Campbell Un. SD

Solar Roof at Castlemont School

Solar Lunch Shelter at Lynhaven School


Poway USD - Westview High School

LED Retrofit

Riverside USD


Inefficent SEER 6-8 Units Replaced

Lighting Retrofit from 4 lamp T8 to 2 lamp with prismic reflector

Santa Ana USD

9 of our schools have undergone HVAC replacement and another 4 have received efficiency upgrades to the pool pump motors resulting in anticipated electric savings of 1,149,458 kWh electricity and 4,534 therms gas per year.  We have spent almost $4.1 million so far, which includes Year 3 energy studies and construction design documents.  Our construction design and energy consulting fees (which includes our ASHRAE II study costs) are running at just a little over 11% of construction costs. Contrary to the news article, this program has been a huge success here at Santa Ana.


Temecula Valley USD

Temecula Valley Unified added demand control ventilation (DCV) with variable frequency drives (VFD's)  to existing air conditioning units and upgraded the energy management system to include CO2 sensors  at French Valley Elementary School.  The project was funded with a combination of Southern California Edison and Proposition 39 funding.


Portion of central plant to be replaced at Margarita Middle School with Prop 39 money. The project is DSA approved and the Prop 39 application is pending.

Fowler USD

From the Senators Press Release: Scott Griffin, Assistant Superintendent of the Fowler Unified School District:  “Our oldest school, John C. Freemont Elementary, built in 1938 needed major HVAC and roofing repairs and it could not have been done without the Prop 39 funding. Energy savings and energy efficiency made this a valuable opportunity—the HVAC units we replaced were over 50 years old and the windows and roof had very little insulation. We’ll see tremendous cost savings, and we’ll put that money directly back in the classrooms.”

Napa Valley

Solar Project

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