Last November, California voters passed Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act, ending a state tax break for multistate businesses and dedicating the anticipated revenue to energy efficiency projects and job creation in the clean energy sector. The Governor's office recently released 2013–2014 budget summary proposes to allocate all Prop 39 funds to K–12 schools and community colleges for efficiency upgrades and clean energy job training programs.
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After intensive R&D efforts in the lab at CLTC, a dual-loop photosensor is now commercially available. The LMLS-600 is the first lighting control device to combine open-loop and closed-loop photosensor technologies and the latest addition to WattStopper's Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system. The result makes daylight harvesting significantly more reliable, energy efficient and cost effective.