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Sander Kushen

Save Rooftop Solar

By | Sander Kushen
Public Health Advocate, CALPIRG

Earlier this week the California Public Utility Committee proposed a rule change that could devestate rooftop solar. The new rule, NEM3.0, would assess a monthly solar penalty fee to all solar and storage customers, slash net metering credit by 80% and reduce the agreed upon billing structure for existing solar customers. Today, participants had one minute to voice their response at the CPUC meeting. Here is my statement:

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Rooftop Solar Benefits California Consumers

Solar power on the roofs of our homes, schools and businesses provides important value for consumers across California – moving us toward a clean, resilient, affordable energy system. 

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Rooftop Solar Benefits California Consumers

Solar power on the roofs of our homes, schools and businesses provides important value for consumers across California – moving us toward a clean, resilient, affordable energy system. 

#EEDay2018 - States Can Lead

By | Abe Scarr
Illinois PIRG State Director

The cheapest, cleanest energy is the energy we don’t use in the first place. Whether you care about improving air quality, fending off the worst impacts of global warming, or simply saving money, energy efficiency and conservation are critical.

Texas Chemical Explosions: More Safety Needed Now

Two small explosions last night at a Texas chemical facility highlight that comprehensive emergency regulations need to be enforced more strictly at chemical plants.

CALPIRG to CPUC: Utilities should pay consumers fairly for their rooftop solar

By | Emily Rusch
Vice President and Senior Director of State Offices, The Public Interest Network

Today we join 130,000 Californians who have signed petitions urging you to protect net metering, reject new fees, and continue to expand solar access to more Californians.

Landmark Clean Energy Bill Signed into Law

By | Emily Rusch
Vice President and Senior Director of State Offices, The Public Interest Network

This morning at the Los Angeles Griffith Observatory, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 350 into law. SB 350 requires California to generate 50% of our energy from clean, renewable sources, and to increase our energy efficiency by 50%, all by 2030.

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CALPIRG Testifies In Front Of PUC: Consumers Shouldn’t Pay For Edison’s Mistakes

Jon Fox, CALPIRG consumer advocate  testifies at the California Public Utilities Commission’s (PUC) public hearing on the ratepayer impact of Southern California Edison’s (SCE) decision to close down the San Onofre nuclear power plant.

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