See how BayREN's Bay Area Multifamily Building Enhancements Program - led by Alameda County's StopWaste and administered within San Francisco by the San Francisco Department of Environment - is supporting local housing affordability through no-cost energy consulting and effective $750 per unit rebates.
The Local Government Sustainable Energy Coalition (LGSEC) is hosting a one-day information and networking forum for California local government energy and climate professionals on Thursday, October 25th from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM at the Santa Rosa Veteran’s Memorial Center followed by a energy and resilience-focused tour on Friday October 26th!
BayREN is proud to be a sponsor of the Rebuild Green EXPO — a FREE event for the North Bay Fire Communities. Join hundreds of green building professionals at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Hall on February 23 for education, information, and networking focused on resilient, affordable, community-centered “green” rebuilding options
On January 16, 2019, BayREN's Bay Area Multifamily Building Enhancements Program (BAMBE) was recognized by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) with a prestigious Exemplary Program Award.
Over 7,000 structures were destroyed in the October 2017 fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties, most of them homes. This page provides information and resources for people who are rebuilding, so that their homes can be safer, more energy efficient, and less expensive to operate.
The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) has rebranded itself to better reflect its role as a regional organization dedicated to building government capacity in the nine bay area counties; promoting healthy and energy efficient buildings; and, Reducing Carbon Emissions.
The City and County of San Francisco Department of the Environment invite you to attend the BayREN Commercial Pay-for-Performance (P4P) Program Pre-Soli
A rigorous study, released today by Build It Green and funded by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), shows that green-certified homes in California bring a higher sales price, even though market barriers often prevent the full value of the home’s green features from being recognized.
In the past months, wildfires have been burning across the West, producing smoke, ash, and unhealthy air that is affecting us locally in California and even crossing state borders.
As COVID-related restrictions ease, many of us are doing things we haven’t been able to do in a while.