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JOIN US FOR THE OCTOBER CELC WEBINAR:
Sustainable Energy as a Service
Image courtesy of Metrus Energy
 

October 15, 2020, 9-11 AM
ICC CEUs available

Sustainable Energy as a Service, (SEaaS) is a pay-for-performance structure that enables customers to get energy efficiency projects done with no upfront cost. This webinar cover what ESaaS is and how it differs from other project deliver/finance types like energy savings performance contracts, benefits to customers, and distill the project-level mechanics associated with developing and financing transactions. The speaker will discuss both specific project case studies and how EEaaS fits within a framework of increasing budget constraints among end-use customers.

Speaker: Aaron Schneider, Director of Sales, Metrus Energy

REGISTER
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BkGx3jZeThOq9U36ZbKNng

Other CELC News and Updates

UPDATE: Local Government Energy Reporting

As many of you may be aware, today is the last day of the State fiscal year. In years past this was also the first day to start submitting mandatory Local Government Energy Reporting to the State Energy Conservation Office. The Texas Health and Safety Code §388.005(c) requires political subdivisions in a non-attainment areas or affected counties to establish a goal to reduce electric consumption by at least five percent each state year and report on progress to the State Energy Conservation Office. 

NEW FOR 2020:

The reporting form for 2020 is not yet available. The reporting process is under going some modifications.

2020 reports will not be due until February 1, 2021, and will cover CALENDAR year 2020. 

Check back here or on the SECO website for further updates. If you have questions about reporting requirements please reach out to me at cities@eepartnership.org.
 

Texas Energy Summit 2020
November 10-12 & 17-19, 2020

Now in its 17th year, the Texas Energy Summit explores the intersection of energy systems, emissions reductions, and economic development. The Summit creates a space to collaboratively develop policy solutions that lead to cleaner air and a stronger economy for Texas. 

Scholarships available for local and state governments and public entities courtesy of SECO

APPLY FOR PUBLIC SECTOR SCHOLARSHIP


Scholarships available for non-profit employees courtesy of ONCOR, Environmental Defense Fund and the Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation.

APPLY FOR NON-PROFIT SCHOLARSHIP

 

All others: REGISTER HERE

What is the City Efficiency Leadership Council?

A cooperative of city leaders and officials throughout Texas and Oklahoma furthering the adoption of energy management best practices in the public sector. Our peer-to-peer network is open to employees of any public entity, including city and county governments, public school districts, and other publicly-funded entities. For more information, check out our flyer

Questions or interested in getting involved with the City Efficiency Leadership Council? Get in touch! 

Cassidy Ellis 
Local Governments Program Manager, SPEER
512-279-0765 or cities@eepartnership.org

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