As COVID-19’s public health and economic crises change our communities, electric utilities across the country hold a unique responsibility to ‘keep the lights on,’ especially for their most vulnerable customers. Economically disrupted ratepayers are increasingly unable to pay their utility bills in a time when staying safe and secure at home remains a public health ...
Everyone should be able to wash their hands, keep the lights on, and stay in touch. But millions of families are at risk of losing access to essential utilities they can't afford in this crisis. Join the call for a national moratorium: STOP Utility Shut-Offs!
Together, we’re supercharging the national movement for resilient solar and clean energy for all. Tell your state Governor: I support solar rights and I’m calling on you to commit to urgent action on solar and clean energy in 2020.
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