The School Energy Coalition recognizes that schools must have a voice as the State and Legislature move forward with legislation and other regulatory actions being considered by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the California Energy Commission (CEC), and the Air Resources Board (ARB).

SEC seeks simplicity and flexibility for school energy project funding and technical assistance programs, and to open future avenues for State and Federal sources.

We invite you to consider joining SEC as we provide valuable input to key stakeholders.  Membership provides superior access and opportunities for input on state actions related to energy issues involving school construction. We provide networking and educational forums for schools and others including key policy-makers, to share up-to-date information about how to successfully move school energy projects forward.

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Our mission starts with dedication...

The School Energy Coalition is dedicated to finding funding for school projects that will reduce energy usage, save money and produce clean renewable power for our students and communities throughout California. 

We fight for dedicated energy programs that will provide pathways to real dollars for school projects, along with technical assistance and training for schools that will ensure that these projects will provide the savings promised and maximum system efficiency.


SEC Fall Forums

Every LEA in California has Proposition 39 funding available for individual energy retrofits. This funding is simply waiting for you to access it through the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) process.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be better prepared to move forward with a successful Energy Expenditure Plan.

Attend a Forum:

September 12, 2014 in Sacramento

October 6, 2014 in Riverside - Updated

October 7, 2014 in Santa Ana

If you are concerned or feel challenged with regard to Proposition 39, this forum is for you. Learn from your colleagues who have done it.

The CEC is planning to take input for substantive changes to the Proposition 39 process.  Attend this forum and impact the recommendations being made to CEC.

Please join us at one of our upcoming SEC Forums, focused on receiving funding reserved for your school district or county office through Proposition 39. These are real dollars that may be reinvested in facilities or used for other school priorities.

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