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...

Carbon Monoxide: the Invisible Danger

Earlier this year, the same killer struck four individuals in Berkeley. Who was it? Carbon monoxide, an invisible and odorless gas that can make you sick, cause brain damage, and even kill you. Carbon monoxide can build up indoors if combustion is incomplete or an...

The Hidden Hazard in the Home for Seniors

By Janet Stephens The prospect of an older relative taking a serious fall can be a legitimate cause for worry. The CDC reports that each year, more than one out of four seniors falls (more than one in three, according to the National Institute on Aging), and one out...

Good News for Oakland Home Repair

  Community Energy Services Corporation is pleased to announce that the Callison Foundation and the Wells Fargo Foundation have made new grants in support of CESC’s Oakland Home Repair program for 2017. The Oakland Home Repair Program brings needed home repair...

CESC Supports Green-Collar Jobs, Part Two

Last week, we told you a bit about the role Community Energy Services Corporation plays in workforce development locally, and we profiled Bill Pittman, former construction intern with CESC’s Family Sustainability Project. The Family Sustainability Project has two...

CESC Supports Green-Collar Jobs

Businesses need a trained workforce, and local residents need jobs. Community Energy Services Corporation (CESC) has an important role to play locally in bringing jobs—and training for good jobs—to people in the community. For over 10 years, CESC has had programs...