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Partnerships

New Light Energy Design has relationships with a variety of governmental, private, and non-profit organizations.

Among these are:

AMBAG Energy Watch, a regional leader in energy efficiency in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties.

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New Light Energy Design is proud to have its website hosted by Canvas Dreams.

CasinoGreen, which works with 30 Native American-owned tribal casino resorts in PG&E’s service area throughout California.

East Bay Energy Watch which covers Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano Counties.

Ecology Action, a nonprofit environmental consultancy established in 1970.

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New Light Energy Design is proud to be certified by Green Built Business.

Green Chamber of Commerce
New Light Energy Design is proud to be a member of the Green Chamber of Commerce.

Energy Alliance Association (TEAA), provides energy conservation services for the commercial, residential, non-profit and government sectors. TEAA is well known for its successful program, the Energy Savers Program (ESP).

LodgingSavers, which works with lodging property owners.

Marin County Energy Watch, offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy efficiency programs that primarily target municipalities, with elements which also provide outreach to small businesses, non-profits, and residential customers.

Mendocino County Energy Watch (MCEW), offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy efficiency programs that primarily target municipalities, with elements which also provide outreach to small businesses, non-profits, and residential customers.

Napa County Energy Watch (NCEW)

PG&E ClimateSmart™ program, a first-of-its-kind, helps to balance out your home’s GHG emissions through environmental conservation, restoration and protection projects right here in California.

PG&E Trade Professionals, information for businesses about the Trade Pro program.

RightLights, a program of Ecology Action that provides subsidized energy efficiency upgrades of lighting and refrigeration systems that is available to qualified PG&E customers in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties.

San Francisco Energy Watch including Preferred Contractor status

San Francisco Environment has useful environmental information for SF and other bay area counties, including a recycling center locator function.

San Mateo County Energy Watch which covers Santa Clara county.

Silicon Valley Energy Watch which covers Santa Clara county.

Smart Lights, a member of both the East Bay Energy Watch and the Marin County Energy Watch Partnerships.

Sonoma County Energy Watch (SCEW), offers a comprehensive portfolio of energy efficiency programs that primarily target municipalities, with elements which also provide outreach to small businesses, non-profits, and residential customers.

Earth911.com can be used to find information on recycling centers in the Bay Area, including CFL’s.