Energy costs represent only 1% to 2% of typical school budgets, but about 16% of controllable operational costs.1 Managing energy costs well can have a significant impact on resources. Yolo Energy Watch through PG&E offers schools a number of ways to reduce energy usage and save money, including energy audits, retrofits, pricing plan analysis, demand response, and solar power.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help your public or private school. You can also learn more about specific school programs by visiting the sites of the 3rd-party implementors listed below.
1 Source: PG&E, based on 2005 national survey
The California Preschool Energy Efficiency Program (CPEEP) helps center-based child care and preschool facilities in the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) service area be healthier, greener and save money on energy bills—all for free.
Matrix Private School Program is a no-cost and low-cost program sponsored by PG&E that will help your private school save money and can even improve your students’ learning environment!
The School Energy Efficiency Program (SEE) helps public school districts and county offices in Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) service area to identify, evaluate and implement energy efficiency retrofit measures. The program recommends projects that reduce energy use and school operating costs while providing an improved learning environment for teachers and students.
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The PG&E Energenius® Educational Series offers interactive, engaging programs for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade (pre-K-8). Programs include: