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

San Francisco Chronicle - April 10, 2018

The city could soon be a bit brighter and more energy efficient — that’s because San Francisco’s Department of the Environment is giving away 100,000 long-lasting LED light bulbs.

Bisnow - April 10, 2018

San Jose has become one of the first U.S. cities to participate in the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Cities certification program. LEED for Cities allows cities and local governments to track citywide sustainability performance.

Yale Daily News - April 01, 2018

As awareness of the damaging effects of climate change has increased over the past few decades, Yale has worked to reduce its carbon footprint. This week, three students were recognized for their proposals to create a more energy-efficient future at the University.