Spotlight! PG&E Highlights a TEC-implemented Program on Their Energy Incentives Landing Page

The Central Coast Leaders in Energy Action Program,  or CC-LEAP for short, is a resource hub for public agencies looking to save money and energy through energy retrofit projects. TEC is proud to implement this program for ten enrolled agencies on behalf of Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). 

Recently, PG&E published a case study highlighting our CC-LEAP work and featuring all of the energy benefits the program is bringing to the Central Coast region.

When asked about CC-LEAP, Chris Read, Sustainability Manager for the City of San Luis Obispo said, “It’s good for the climate, it’s good for our bottom line, and it’s a highly visible way that people can relate to sustainability.” Now that’s a win-win-win!

Check out the full case study on PG&E’s website, where it will serve as an ongoing resource for public agencies looking to learn about partnership programs, incentives, and on-bill financing. Or, you can learn more about CC-LEAP on the program website, ccleap.org.

Rachel Pennington

December 19, 2022

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