Solutions in Energy Efficiency

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How we use energy is just as important as how it is produced and where it comes from. The more efficient our buildings and our homes are, the less energy we need. The less energy we need, the less we use, and the less harm we do to the environment.

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San Francisco residents, nonprofits and business owners can benefit from energy efficiency incentive programs. Incentives are available so you can save energy, reduce utility costs, and lower environmental impact.
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Follow these energy saving tips to ensure that your computer is using only as much energy as it needs.
Buildings in San Francisco create more greenhouse gases than transportation.
There are many reasons that you should look into making your home or workspace greener.
Energy efficiency upgrades does not only help you reduce your environmental footprint but also helps reduce future operating and maintenance costs, adding value to the property. Personnel from the SF Energy Watch program can help you achieve...
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Qualified contractors can enroll in the SF Energy Watch program. Contractors are provided with financial incentives to encourage them to install high-efficiency products and help make the sale by offsetting a portion of the customer's cost.
Yes, you can find information about this program online in Chinese or Spanish. You can also call the SF Energy Watch hotline at 415.355.3769 to talk to a bilingual staff member or hear information in Chinese or Spanish.
Yes. The SF Energy Watch program provides financial incentives that can lower the installation cost of energy-efficient equipment. Optimizing the energy efficiency of your business will reduce your energy consumption and consequently your energy...
Depending on your business type and energy use, replacing your lighting and installing lighting controls can reduce your utility bill significantly. Identifying the equipment you currently have installed in your business will help you determine...
Start with Energy Star Portfolio Manager, an online tool provided at no cost to the user by the US Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy.

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