California Youth Energy Services Program

California Youth Energy Services Program

The City of Dublin has partnered for three years with Rising Sun Energy Center to promote water and energy conservation via its youth employment program, California Youth Energy Services (CYES). The CYES program trains and employs local youth to provide resource conservation audits and efficiency upgrades to local residents through “Green House Calls.” The services are provided to you at no cost thanks to Rising Sun’s partnership with the City of Dublin, Dublin San Ramon Services District, and PG&E. Sign up today for a Green House Call with friendly and professional youth Energy Specialists. The visit includes:
  • Walking through the house and yard with you, looking for water- and energy-saving opportunities
  • Replacing all incandescent bulbs with energy-saving bulbs
  • Installing high-efficiency faucet aerators and showerheads (all the pressure without the water waste!)
  • E-waste pick-up and disposal
  • Inspecting all toilets for efficiency and leaks
  • Discussing how to water your yard more efficiently
  • Emailing a customized report to you after the CYES appointment

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After your Green House Call, Rising Sun will let you know about other rebates and free programs, including in-depth services like bill discounts, weatherization, attic insulation, and more. Rising Sun will help guide you to the government and utility programs that match your qualifications.

To sign up, visit the Rising Sun website.

How long does a Green House Call take?

The visit will take one to two hours, depending on the size of your home.

How much experience does Rising Sun have?

Since 1994, Rising Sun Energy Center has evolved from a modest renewable energy education center and demonstration site into a leading green workforce development and residential efficiency services organization serving 20 cities throughout Northern California. Since the launch of CYES 15 years ago, Rising Sun has employed over 1,100 youth, served over 28,000 homes, and reduced GHG emissions by over 93,000 metric tons.