Groups help church reduce energy use
By Leslie Lapp, Santa Cruz
Lighting Audit Leads to Lighter Bills for Motor Cross Company
By DAVID GOLL
MORGAN HILL -With its products aimed at the adults of tomorrow, youth and motor sports apparel designer and manufacturer Fox Head Inc. has made an investment in its own future -cutting its lighting costs by more than half.
Casting business in a new light
By ROGER SIDEMAN
Doug Petersen of Watsonville Coast Produce knows heís helping save the planet, and thatís a good thing, he says. But in the eyes of his co-owners, changes that are afoot at the company never would have passed muster if they werenít also saving a lot of cash.
Progressive Lighting & Energy Solutions Slashes Cow Palace's Annual Energy Costs by Nearly $240,000
By Progressive Lighting & Energy Solutions
California's "Green" Light Provider and Ecology Action Team Up to Roll Out RightLights Program at Historic Venue in San Francisco to Help Reduce Pollution and Introduce New Lighting Technologies
Flipping the switch on expensive energy
By JOANNE SANCHEZ
Carrying a ladder almost twice her size, you might recognize the petite Carolina Raciti walking downtown.
Program helps cut utility costs
By Tim Simmers
THE PUBLISHER of Sunset Magazine has long promoted energy efficiency in its magazine articles about homes. But the company on Friday just flipped the switch on its own new low-cost, energy-efficient lighting system as part of an Earth Day celebration.
Ecology Action Receives GEELA Award
By Press Release
Ecology Action of Santa C ruz received the Governorís Environmental and Economic Leadership Award in Sacramento on December 1, 2003.
Power efficiency program serves as model for California
By The Santa Cruz Sentinel
If other cities statewide modeled a small business lighting efficiency program begun in Santa Cruz, there would be little need to build more peaker power plants like the one proposed in Pajaro last year, according to state Public Utilities Commissioner Loretta Lynch.
Program helps save power expenses
By Glenn Cravens
Small businesses on the Central Coast can benefit from a program that will help them conserve energy and lower their utility bills. On Friday, Ecology Action, a Santa Cruz-based nonprofit organization, launched RightLights, a $1.9 million program to help businesses with 10 or fewer employees buy more efficient lighting.
School District Updates Lighting, Slashes Utility Bills While Helping Students
Improved lighting expected to aid learning; upgrades subsidized by RightLights Program
Local Nonprofit Helps Small Businesses Slash Lighting Bills
Subsidized upgrades, free services for small commercial utility customers in Tri-Counties