Happy Earth Week! Although the SDG&E Energy Showcase is still a few months away, make it your Earth Week pledge to learn more about what you can do for the environment.
Written by Kelly Hagarty
Kerstin Robers, Director of Operations, leads by example as she personaly sorts through SDAI's waste.
Home to more than 85 organizations, acres of unique gardens and stunning architecture, Balboa Park is the crown jewel of San Diego. The cultural institutions are symbols of the City’s identity and a community of inspiration and creativity.
Through this exclusive Walk-About, participants will go behind the scenes with museum staff to learn how Balboa Park’s cultural non-profits have saved 8.6 million kWh, an equivalent of adding $1,300,000 of arts and culture programs. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Members of the San Diego Local Government Partnership are invited to join the Sustainability Program for a behind the scenes tour of several energy efficient institutions in Balboa Park.
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 In 2014
Balboa Park institutions, with the help of SDG&E’s incentives and rebates and On-Bill financing, have completed the following in 2014:
The BPCP Sustainability Kiosk will travel to different institutions throughout the year.
- February-June: Casa de Balboa
- July-Septembert: Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
- October-December: San Diego Automotive Museum
- January-March: WorldBeat Cultural Center
- April-July: TBD
*If your institution is interested in hosting the kiosk, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.