The unprecedented success of the ECAA Regular and ECAA-Ed revolving loan fund programs have led to oversubscription of these programs. We are still accepting applications and placing them on a waiting list until additional funds become available through bi-annual loan repayments.
However, funds are currently available in the set-aside for California Native American tribes and loan applications are being accepted on a first come basis-first served basis.
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The Bright Schools Program
Not sure what measures to undertake? This program offers technical assistance to determine cost-effective measures for buildings. All publicly funded California K-12 school districts are eligible.
Energy Partnership Program
Not sure what measures to undertake? This program offers technical assistance to determine cost-effective measures for buildings. Assistance for cities; counties; special districts; and public colleges, universities hospitals, and care centers.
School Bus Replacement Program
Funds the replacement of old diesel school buses in disadvantaged and low-income communities throughout the state.
The California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Proposition 39) K-12 Program
The program provides more than a billion dollars to California's K-12 schools for energy efficiency and energy generation projects.
Electric Program Investment Charge Program (EPIC)
EPIC investments support clean energy research and development projects.