On a rainy day in New Orleans, people file into a beige one-story building on Jefferson Davis Parkway to sign up for the Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), a federal grant that helps people keep up with their utility bills.
San Mateo County Energy Watch can help you save energy and money and reduce your carbon footprint. We provide energy efficiency services and incentives to qualifying public agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, farms, residents, and businesses. We also assist local governments with greenhouse gas emission inventories and climate action planning and implementation. Email or call us at (650) 599-1402 today!
To see a snapshot of your city's energy use from year to year, check out the progress reports.
Energy & Climate Action News
Achievable and commonsense energy efficiency measures could help save six American lives every day and avoid up to $20 billion in health harms each year.
PG&E has reached a state-mandated renewable energy goal three years earlier than required, the company said, but fresh challenges loom as the company’s last nuclear power plant is slated for deactivation.