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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PUC Member’s Bid for Second Term Rejected

The California Senate chief refuses to hold a hearing for Rachelle Chong, who had the backing of AT & T and Verizon, which benefited from her successful push to deregulate most land-line services. By Michael Rothfeld LA Times The leader…
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Letter to PG&E: Greenlining Opposes Prop 16

Until now the Greenlining Institute has stayed neutral in the debate on Proposition 16. However, we have conveyed that our position was neither static nor silent. To the contrary, we have communicated to numerous stakeholders in the Proposition 16 debate…
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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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