Energy to Care

"The greatest danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark."

For Michelangelo, complacency is the greatest danger of all. What a great quote for us to remember in our Energy Gold Rush/Energy to Care program. Our aim has been set high, as it is to win and bring back the Energy to Care award to CSHE for the large chapter challenge. We also want a repeat for a California facility to be recognized as the Energy Champion, as well as, the most Energy to Care facilities to be awarded.

For more information and resources on ASHE's Energy to Care program, visit www.energytocare.org.

Latest News & Updates

CSHE Energy to Care Update - December 2018

Posted on 12/31/2018
Greetings and Happy New Year, I hope each of you had a happy and joyous holiday season. I specifically decided to use the word joyous, because I know that many of you have been working your tails off all year, and I’m hoping that you took this time o

ECOM-Energy, Inc. is Raffling One Year of Free Energy Star Portfolio Manager Benchmarking

Posted on 12/19/2018
We believe in the benefits of energy benchmarking and use it as the foundation for developing energy strategies and verifying project performance. Knowing facilities don’t always have the man power or resources to input and educate themselves on thes

CSHE Energy to Care Update - November 2018

Posted on 11/6/2018
What have you been aiming for all year? This is our e-bulletin, so we are entering the last months of the year, do you remember what goals you set back in January?

CSHE Energy to Care Update - June 2018

Posted on 6/1/2018
Greetings and thank you for taking the time to read my article on our Energy to Care Program. This quarter, I have good news and, unfortunately, some bad news.

ASHRAE Energy Audits

Posted on 6/1/2018
In this quarter’s CSHE eBulletin, I want to share about Energy Audits, and the different levels of inspections that can be done at your facilities.

CSHE Energy to Care Update - March 2018

Posted on 3/1/2018
Greetings to the CSHE faithful for taking the time to read my article covering our Energy to Care program. First, I would like to highlight the facts that we finished 2017 on a very high note in that we are seeing very impressive results from all o