Energy Equity

Energy Equity addresses the electric and gas services upon which homes and businesses depend, seeking to ensure that low-income ratepayers are protected and that race, language or income are never barriers to these essential services.

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2003 Supplier Diversity Report Card

For almost 15 years, the Greenlining Institute has issued its Report Card on supplier diversity relating to the nine largest utilities subject to CPUC scrutiny. Today, we submit to you Greenlining’s Supplier Diversity Report Card for the year 2003.
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2005 Supplier Diversity Report Card: AT&T No. 1

For over 15 years, the Greenlining Institute has issued its Annual Report Card on Supplier Diversity relating to the largest utilities subject to California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) scrutiny. This year’s Report Card focuses on the only six major regulated…
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2008 Supplier Diversity Report Card

The CPUC, by its continued focus on supplier diversity through both the regulatory process and public policy programs, has been a leader in supporting increased opportunities for California’s minority-owned businesses. Last year, under CPUC leadership and review, the six major…
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2009 Supplier Diversity Report Card

Every year, the Greenlining Institute studies and releases a report on supplier diversity of the state’s largest utilities and telecom companies.  The report aims to highlight the successes and failures of these companies and to present recommendations on how diversity…
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2009 Annual Report

2009 was a time of great crisis, to be sure. But it was also a time of renewal — and, as President Obama has said, a time to look forward, not back. We envision Greenlining as an organization that will…
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2010 Annual Report

Communities of color have a huge choice to make. We can either position ourselves to be seen as a vibrant solution to the nation’s economic woes, or we can be silent and brace for the backlash. At Greenlining, we have…
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