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CESI supports government agencies, nonprofits, developers, utilities, and small businesses in grant proposals, setting up their programs, managing their contractors, and documenting and reporting on their achievements. We are now working in fifteen jurisdictions from the Virgin Islands and Cincinnati to Massachusetts and from Marin County, CA to the District of Columbia. 

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Tuesday
Oct252011

NOLA Wise launches marketing campaign with Mayor Landrieu

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Monday
Oct242011

CESI staffer quoted on recycling policy in AtlanticCities

“The real question for governments is about diverting waste streams in a way that makes sense. But all that either comes from federal regulations, political pressure, or at some point the cost of landfill space becoming too expensive to the point where cities need to figure out how to minimize the amount of trash they’re placing there,” says Dadakis, who’s now based out of Cambridge, Mass., working as a senior consultant for Clean Energy Solutions, Inc.  Read more here.

Monday
Oct032011

NOLA Wise Program Launches with Mayor Landrieu's support

The NOLA Wise team officially launched the residential program on Friday, September 30th, with a press conference with the Mayor at City Hall.  The program will provide wrap around customer service for homeowners looking to improve their home's energy efficiency and a low interest loan product with local partner Fidelity Homestead. Read more.

Wednesday
Sep212011

Chapel Hill WISE program wins Climate Protection Award 

The Chapel Hill WISE residential energy efficiency program, managed by CESI, is awarded a Climate Protection Award from the US Conference of Mayors.  Read More. 

 

 

Thursday
Sep012011

Global Green receives $100K grant from Environmental Protection Agency

CESI partner, Global Green, is one of five local New Orleans organizations who have been awarded $487,500 in grants by the federal Environmental Protection Agency for environmental justice, job training and education programs.

Five local groups get grants from Environmental Protection Agency