The Balboa Park Cultural Partnership is looking for a full-time Sustainability Assistant to support the Balboa Park Sustainability Program initiatives. See position description and qualifications in the below attachment.
The Sustainability Assistant is responsible for the effective administration and project management of BPSP. Duties include administrative functions to maintain operational systems; project management to capture and trend program metrics; and communication and special event support. This is a full-time position.
The Balboa Park Cultural Partnership is looking for a university intern to support the Sustainability Program’s LEED initiatives at three Balboa Park multi-tenant buildings. The Balboa Park LEED intern will assist building tenants to document green purchasing compliance in the Materials and Resource category of the LEED 2009 Existing Building: Operations + Maintenance rating system.
Our legacy goal to achieve 10 LEED certified buildings helps communicate the amazing work already taking place in Balboa Park and sets forth a path of innovative best practices in the future. With 2015 on the horizon, Balboa Park is working hard to make our buildings more sustainable and energy efficient for the California-Panama Exposition Centennial Celebration.
Rebates and incentives for qualifying energy-efficient products can help offset the costs of new equipment, such as heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC), lighting, refrigeration and food-service equipment. Rebates can total up to $350,000, and incentives can cover up to 50% of the cost of qualified projects. For more information, visit sdge.com/business.
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SDG&E® wants to remind all businesses that the California Energy Commission recently updated its Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards, which will take effect July 1, 2014. These new standards will impact all statewide energy-efficiency programs resulting in rebates and incentives being discontinued for measures required by the new Title 24 standards. For example, occupancy-based hotel room controls and lighting occupancy sensors will no longer be eligible for rebates or incentives as of July 1, 2014.