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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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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Initiative Results Point to Need for Reform, Greenlining Institute Says

THE GREENLINING INSTITUTE A Multi-Ethnic Public Policy, Research and Advocacy Institute Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Media Relations Coordinator, 415-846-7758(cell) Samuel S. Kang, Greenlining Institute Managing Attorney, 415-317-5946 BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA — In a California campaign heavily dominated by special…
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PUC to Vote On Utility Shut-Off Protections Thursday

Contact: Bruce Mirken, Greenlining Institute Media Relations Coordinator, 510-926-4022; 415-846-7758 (cell) Crisis Last Winter Led to Push For Action SAN FRANCISCO – The California Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on a proposed decision that would give critical…
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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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SDG&E to Build, Buy 100 Megawatts of Solar Power

Local generation would more than double San Diego’s current output By Onell R. Soto , UNION-TRIBUNE This year-old 1 megawatt solar installation on the roof of a warehouse in Chino is one of 150 to 200 that Southern California Edison…
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