Moving Forward with Prop 39

  • August 29, 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, 155 Grand Avenue, Oakland, CA
  • 1


  • all levels of membership
  • Non-member Registration- Attend in Person



Prop 39, the landmark California legislation that allocates about $500M/year for energy upgrades in public schools, is transitioning from concept to implementation. Dian Grueneich, former California PUC Commissioner and a national energy efficiency leader, will provide an update on what that means for California in terms of energy savings, impacts on public schools, job creation, and possible influence on future energy policy. Dian will give a brief overview on her own career choices that led to her current position, and will focus her talk on what we know about Prop 39, how it impacts energy efficiency and jobs in the K-12 schools sector, community colleges, and across California, and the expected outcomes from this unique opportunity.


About the Speaker:

Dian Grueneich has served as an advisor through the Center for Next Generation and Climate Policy Initiative to help frame legislation to establish Prop 39 to maximize technical assistance, prudent financing, and energy savings. She is a nationally and internationally recognized energy expert with 35 years' experience. Dian currently serves on the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Electricity Advisory Committee, the DOE-EPA State Energy Efficiency Action Plan Leadership Group, the Leadership Council of the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance, and the Advanced Energy Economy Advisory Board.


COST: Free for members; $35.00 for non-members.


Registration is open to members only until Thursday, August 22.

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