The California Clean Energy Jobs Act
NEW! REMINDER! June 30th Deadline to Submit a 2014-2015 Energy Expenditure Plan Application
For more information, please see Workshops, Webinars, Documents and Announcements page at http://www.energy.ca.gov/efficiency/proposition39/documents/index.html.
NEW! The Amendment Process for Approved Energy Expenditure Plans is now available.
Please refer to the Proposition 39: California Clean Energy Jobs Act -2105 Guidelines (page 33 – Energy Expenditure Plan Implementation Changes) for the list of significant changes that require an amendment to an approved EEP. If an amendment is required, please contact your Energy Commission Project Manager.
For more information, please see Workshops, Webinars, Documents and Announcements page at:
NEW! The Energy Commission hosted webinars and training seminars throughout the State.
Please see Workshops, Webinars, Documents and Announcements page at:
The new Energy Expenditure Plan Online system is now available!
Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) may submit Energy Expenditure Plan (EEP) applications under the 2015 Guideline rules using the new streamlined, online application process. Each LEA received a “Welcome to Energy Expenditure Plan Online” e-mail that includes the web address link to the Energy Expenditure Plan Online system. The Energy Expenditure Plan Online system web address link is not found on this website.
Please Note: LEAs are no longer allowed to submit EEP applications using the old Expenditure Plan General Form (Form A) and Expenditure Plan Project Summary Form (Form B) Excel spreadsheets.
The California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop. 39) changed the corporate income tax code and allocates projected revenue to California's General Fund and the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund for five fiscal years, beginning with fiscal year 2013-14. Under the initiative, roughly up to $550 million annually is available for appropriation by the Legislature for eligible projects to improve energy efficiency and expand clean energy generation in schools.
Eligible local educational agencies (LEAs) — including county offices of education, school districts, charter schools and state special schools—can request funding by submitting an energy expenditure plan application to the California Energy Commission. For the first year, there is an option to receive part or all of a school's allocation for energy savings planning purposes. The Energy Commission approves plans and works with the California Department of Education, which subsequently distributes funds after plans have been approved.
The Energy Commission is committed to helping applicants through the process. Tools and resources on this page are designed to help expedite filing an application for approval. New materials and updates will be posted as they are available.
Program Implementation Guidelines
New Final Guidelines - Proposition 39: California Clean Energy Jobs Act − 2015 Program Implementation Guidelines (Revised December 10, 2014) (PDF file, 70 pages, 1 MB).
- Summary of Changes
Energy Expenditure Plans (EEP)
Energy Expenditure Plan Handbook (Revised Feb 2015)
(PDF file, 110 pages, 2.6 MB)
Utility Data Release Authorization Form - (CEC-12)
(PDF File, Revised February 2015)
- Facility and Service Account Information Form - (CEC-24)
(PDF File, 6 pages, 532 KB)
- Listing of Utility Recipients for the CEC-12 and CEC-24 Forms
- LEA Project SIR Worksheet Tool
(Excel file, 6 MB)
Other Related Content
Energy-Related Resources for Schools
(PDF file, 14 pages, 353 KB)
Senate Bill 73
(PDF file, 11 pages, 250KB)
Key State Agencies
The California Energy Commission collaborates with the following state agencies to implement Proposition 39:
- California Department of Education
- California Public Utilities Commission
- California Workforce Investment Board
- California Conservation Corps
- Department of General Services, Division of the State Architect
See Approved Energy Expenditure Plans
See Approved ECAA-Ed (0%) Loans
- ECAA-Ed (0%) Approved Loans
(Updated as ECAA-Ed loans are approved)
Ask the Proposition 39 Hotline:
- Toll-free for those in California: 855-380-8722
- Toll line for those out of state: 916-653-0392
OR, e-mail your questions to: