Balboa Park and City of San Diego employees and volunteers are invited to this exclusive energy-savings event. Residential use LED light bulbs and energy- and water-efficient shower heads will be for sale. Choose from a 3-bulb kit for $10 (a $60 value), one recessed bulb for $10 (a $20 value), and one MR16 bulb for $20 (a $25 value). Bring your colleagues and save BIG together. See photos from the event!
This year, we have been busy greening the Park and preparing for the highly anticipated 2015 Centennial. As a new year begins, we plan to keep the momentum and innovation going to elevate, celebrate and promote Balboa Park as a leader in sustainability.
Savings Numbers Since 2014
Since 2014, our institutions, with the help of SDG&E’s incentives and rebates and On-Bill financing, have completed:
The BPCP Sustainability Kiosk will travel to different institutions throughout the year.
- January: TBD
- February-April: Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
- May-July: Casa de Balboa
- August-October: San Diego Automotive Museum
- November-January: Spanish Village (Tentative)
- February-April: TBD
- May-July: TBD
*If your institution is interested in hosting the kiosk, please contact email@example.com.
Written by: Kristen Mihalko, Balboa Park Learning Institute Program Coordinator
Reuben H. Fleet Science Center Blood Drive with the American Red Cross
SDEEG Evaluation at Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center is developing an interactive exhibition demonstrating how the energy smart grid functions. The exhibition will open in 2015 and will target middle school students through adults.
Regional Coordinator, California Networks for Collaboration
Earlier this week the CA Public Utilities Commissioner, Carla Peterman visited Balboa Park. As an emerging authority on energy policy, Commissioner Peterman serves on the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners and noted in her speech on Monday that she hopes other cultural institutions in the nation follow Balboa Park's lead.
From Historic Skylights to the Ancient Sea Floor: Coast to Cactus in Southern California Exemplifies Sustainable DesignSubmitted by kelly on Mon, 11/10/2014 - 9:30am
Written By: Kelly Hagarty
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