CESC Goes to Sacramento

Where can those involved in energy efficiency and sustainability go for inspiration and knowledge? This fall, CESC is headed to the annual Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference. The conference, which is taking place at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento from...

Capping, Trading, and Weatherizing

While federal leaders in the United States may be in denial about climate change, California continues to be in the forefront of policy-making to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In 2012, California initiated a cap-and-trade program, which it recognized as an...

ER Visits Linked To Falls Spike Among California Seniors

By Anna Gorman, Originally published by California Healthline The number of California seniors who land in emergency rooms after falling has risen sharply in recent years, as their population grows and they live longer with more chronic illnesses often requiring an...

Energizing His Future

A while back, we told you about CESC’s internship programs and introduced a few of the stellar interns who have worked with us. Meet Jorge C., an enthusiastic intern from the Energize Colleges Internship Program at the College of Marin. CESC partners with frontline...

Bill’s Ace Hardware in Martinez Goes Energy Efficient

Ace Hardware has been helping customers with their repair needs for over 90 years. Known for its customer service, the store has won the J.D Power award for “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Home Improvement Retailers” for 10 years in a row.  The moment you enter...

One Max in a Million

If you spend any time at the offices of Community Energy Services Corporation (CESC), no doubt you will soon cross the path of Max Guglielmelli, an outgoing employee with what you might call a bubbly personality and a genuineness that puts people at ease. Max’s...