(a) Create good-paying energy efficiency and clean energy jobs in California.
(b) Put Californians to work repairing and updating schools and public buildings to
improve their energy efficiency and make other clean energy improvements that create
jobs and save energy and money.
(c) Promote the creation of new private sector jobs improving the energy efficiency
of commercial and residential buildings.
(d) Achieve the maximum amount of job creation and energy benefits with available
(e) Supplement, complement, and leverage existing energy efficiency and clean energy
programs to create increased economic and energy benefits for California in coordination
with the California Energy Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission.
(f) Provide a full public accounting of all money spent and jobs and benefits achieved
so the programs and projects funded pursuant to this division can be reviewed and
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