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Updated Alert: Protect Rooftop Solar In California

Updated Alert: Historic Show of Support for Rooftop Solar

In the first week of November, wheelbarrows containing over 130,000 signatures on postcards and petitions supporting rooftop solar were presented at the steps of the California Public Utilities Commission building. This overwhelming display of support marks the largest number of public comments ever recorded at the CPUC. Thank you to the 270+ CEC followers who signed the petition. Read more here.

There is still more work left to be done, and more petitions are needed. The Net Metering 2.0 bill is supposed to be voted on December 10.

Click here to sign this petition today and let the CPUC know that you want to protect net metering and rooftop solar.

Original Alert:

Let Governor Brown and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) know that you support rooftop solar and the policies that encourage solar growth, such as net metering.

Click here to sign the petition now.

This year, regulators at the CPUC will be deciding on changes to our utilities’ net metering program, an important state policy that helps Californians go solar and save money. Net metering enables families, schools, businesses, and public agencies to get credit for excess solar power that gets put onto the grid – helping make solar a great investment.

Net metering is currently under attack by utility proposals that threaten to:

  • rewrite the net metering rules,
  • impose new fees on solar customers, and
  • stall rooftop solar growth.

We need your help to protect rooftop solar in California.

Click here to sign this petition today and let the CPUC know that you want to protect net metering and rooftop solar.

Nicole Wald
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Nicole Wald

Nicole Wald is a freelance writer and educator in Santa Barbara, CA with a passion for helping the planet. She supports CEC in developing content for social media, PR, marketing, and the annual Earth Day Festival. Part of this work includes gathering stories of people along the Central Coast who consciously take steps to reduce their carbon footprint.
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