San Mateo County Energy Watch can help you save energy and money and reduce your carbon footprint. We provide energy efficiency services and incentives to qualifying public agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, farms, residents, and businesses. We also assist local governments with greenhouse gas emission inventories and climate action planning and implementation.  Email or call us at (650) 599-1402 today!

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Success Stories

Fattoria E Mare
Great Lighting, Delicious Food, And Lower Bills
You Name It
Store That Sells Antiques Installs New Lighting
Puente de la Costa Sur
A non-profit that helps others accepts help too
Hillside Church of God
From Energy Watch Skeptic to Believer

Energy & Climate Action News

Wired - March 16, 2018

On a rainy day in New Orleans, people file into a beige one-story building on Jefferson Davis Parkway to sign up for the Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), a federal grant that helps people keep up with their utility bills.

Natural Resources Defense Council - February 22, 2018

Achievable and commonsense energy efficiency measures could help save six American lives every day and avoid up to $20 billion in health harms each year.

Mercury News - February 20, 2018

PG&E has reached a state-mandated renewable energy goal three years earlier than required, the company said, but fresh challenges loom as the company’s last nuclear power plant is slated for deactivation.