Exemplary Results in the 2015 CDP Survey

By: Ryan Gaylord, on November 16, 2015 in Carbon Disclosure Project

Altura would like to congratulate Broadcom for achieving exemplary results with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Survey this year. The company earned a disclosure score of 98 out of a total of 100 possible, up from a 94 in 2014. Additionally, the company earned an A- performance grade, up from a B in 2014. These results come on the heels of Broadcom being named the #4 company in the U.S. (#8 worldwide) on the Newsweek Green Rankings list. Read more about Broadcom's accomplishments. Altura...

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The Best Party at Greenbuild

By: Jeff Berge, on November 11, 2015 in News and Information

Altura is again hosting the (in)famous annual Thursday night party at Greenbuild! The party will be held at Townhall Danceboutique on 11/19 from 9 pm - 2 am. Greg Shank will be at Greenbuild this year, so please connect with him to secure an invitation to the event (required for entry). We look forward to seeing friends of Altura at the party!  ...

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Altura wins American Honda 2015 Premier Partner Award

By: Jeff Berge, on October 22, 2015 in News and Information

American Honda Distinguishes Altura Associates with 2015 Premier Partner Award Irvine, CA, October 22, 2015 – Altura Associates was presented with American Honda’s distinguished Premier Partner Award today in a special ceremony hosted by American Honda Executive Vice President John Mendel in Torrance, CA. Altura was one of 15 award recipients selected from a pool of more than 1,000 eligible suppliers based on excellence in quality, value and customer service. Altura was selected for their work providing consulting and development services...

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Prop 39 for CA Schools: Pitfalls and Recommendations

By: Jim Maclay, on July 28, 2015 in Energy Efficiency

California Proposition 39 (Prop 39) offers schools across the state a leg-up in their efforts to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions, while providing students, teachers and staff comfortable spaces that support learning. Since the 2012 passage of the California Clean Energy Jobs Act, schools can apply to the California Energy Commission (CEC) for funds to cover energy upgrades. $5B over five years has been made available. It’s a welcome program, especially to distressed school districts that have long deferred...

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