SEEC Webinar 6 — Energy Technology Assistance Program

Webinar—Energy Technology Assistance Program

This webinar provides information on the Energy Technology Assistance Program (ETAP), a statewide program designed to accelerate the use of advanced energy efficient technologies in local government facilities. ETAP provides free technical and financial assistance to cities, counties, special districts, colleges, and universities throughout California. ETAP focuses on advanced, market-ready technologies that have demonstrated significant energy savings in public facilities including:

  • Parking lot and parking garage bi-level lighting
  • Wireless lighting controls
  • Wireless HVAC controls

This session is approved for AICP Certification Maintenance units.
CM Approved Credits: 2.00

A recording of the webinar is available (101 min.). Individual presentations are available on the agenda below.


2:00 pm Webinar Logistics and Overview• Kate Meis, Local Government Commission
2:10 pm Energy Technology Assistance Program (ETAP) Overview
Forest Kraser, Energy Solutions- Program Overview
Eric Ludovici, Energy Solutions- Lighting Technologies
Elizabeth Joyce, Energy Solutions- HVAC Technologies
(Presentation, PDF)
2:50 pm Local Implementation: CA Lighting Technology Center, UC DavisKelly Cunningham, Outreach Director, California Lighting Technology Center
(Presentation, PDF)
3:10 pm Local Implementation: County of SacramentoDaniel L. Mendonsa, P.E., LEED AP, Energy Program Manager, DGS-ISA-County of Sacramento
(Presentation, PDF)
3:45 pm Questions
4:00 pm Adjourn / Wrap Up

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The program is funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison, and Southern California Gas Company under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.