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Proposition 39 - California Clean Energy Jobs Act


Note: The due date for the request for applications has passed. This page is for reference and administration of funding.

Proposition 39 provides funding to local educational agencies for improving energy efficiency and creating clean energy jobs.

Program Questions: California Energy Commission, email: prop39@energy.ca.gov, phone: 855-380-8722

Downloading Questions: Janet Finley, e-mail: prop39fiscal@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-5091

2016–17

Request for Energy Planning Funds

Document Description

Correspondence
Letter Dated 03-Nov-2016

Information on the application for Energy Planning Funds
2016–17 Energy Planning Funds Guideline External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF) Guidelines used to determine planning fund eligibility for 2016–17 (Starting with Chapter 2, page 5)
2016–17 Proposition 39 Award Allocations (XLS) Report containing the 2015–16 Average Daily Attendance (ADA) and Free and Reduced Price Meals used to calculate the Proposition 39 award allocations
Proposition 39 - California Clean Energy Jobs Act Application, Fiscal Year 2016–17
Due December 2, 2016
Web application for local educational agencies to request Energy Planning Funds

Request for Two Years of Proposition 39 Funding for LEAs with 1,000 or Less ADA

Document Description

Correspondence
CDEfisc Notification of 09-Aug-2016

Fiscal information on election to receive two years of funding in the current year
Proposition 39 - California Clean Energy Jobs Act Application, Fiscal Year 2016–17
Due September 1, 2016
Web application for local educational agencies with 1,000 or less ADA reported in 2015–16 that elect to receive both the 2016–17 and 2017–18 allocations in 2016–17

More about Proposition 39 - California Clean Energy Jobs Act

Last Reviewed: Thursday, September 17, 2020
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