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May 2014

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Energy-saving tips for your office equipment

Energy-saving tips for your office equipment

U.S. businesses spend more than $6 billion to power computers and office equipment, with much of that energy use being wasted. Improve your office's energy efficiency — and bottom line — with these low-cost tips.

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Beginning July 1: Title 24 changes

Rebate changes coming soon

Title 24 building code upgrades, which take effect July 1, 2014, will impact many of our rebates and incentive programs. Find out more on our FAQ page.

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Water conservation: Every drop counts

Water conservation: Every drop counts

With much of California under extreme drought conditions, water conservation efforts are critical. You can help by taking simple steps to better manage your business' water use.

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Find out how

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Ready to dig? Call 811 first.

Ready to dig? Call 811 first.

Before you begin digging or landscaping, call 811. It's a free service that finds and marks underground utility lines so you can complete your project safely, prevent costly damage, and avoid service interruptions.

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Keep your business safe from fires

Keep your business safe from fires

Fires can endanger your staff and customers and damage your facility. Take action now to protect your business from fire.

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