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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A New Year to Seize New Opportunities!

Richard Cordray to Keynote at our 2014 Economic Summit! April 4th is less than 3 months away! We are excited to announce that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray and PG&E Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Anthony F. Earley Jr. will be…
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Alert: Testify at Public Hearing in Oakland

The Greenlining Institute asks that you join us in Oakland on Monday, June 7th to testify on behalf of small businesses, families, and communities at an official CPUC Public Hearing to ask the question: Why is PG&E raising its rates…
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Annual Supplier Diversity Report Card 2008

Source: The Greenlining Institute | Written by: Thalia N.C. Gonzalez Contact: Thalia N.C. Gonzalez Senior Legal Counsel (510) 926-4002 F: (510) 926-4010 thaliag@greenlining.org BERKELEY , CA – Verizon has surpassed the 2006 & 2007 leader, AT&T, with an impressive 19.3%…
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California Communities should Vote Yes on Prop. 15, No on 16 and 17, Greenlining Institute Urges

THE GREENLINING INSTITUTE A Multi-Ethnic Public Policy, Research and Advocacy Institute www.greenlining.org Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Media Relations Coordinator,510-898-2053 BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA — The Greenlining Institute announced its positions on California’s June ballot propositions today, urging voters to approve Proposition 15, which sets…
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California Ratepayers Demand Utility Rate Freeze

Samuel Kang Managing Attorney-Consumer Protection 510-926-4004 office 415-317-5946 cell samuelk@greenlining.org San Francisco, CA – Over 150 ratepayers packed the auditorium at the California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday to protest billions of dollars in pending utility rate increases. Nearly two…
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