The LADWP Board voted in favor of Shared Solar, allowing renters to have access to solar power and rebates! And Watts NC was on hand to speak up in support. Watts NC is making moves; fighting for equity in solar technology. Thanks to those from the Watts Clean Air & Energy Committee who came out. A great thanks goes to all LADWP Commissioners who unanimously voted yes to the Community Shared Solar Program. Thanks for the vision and actively listening to the testimonies from Watts and Harbor residents and leadership. Consider Watts NC partners to fill those 1300 slots and provide this service to low-income and socio-economic communities.
Thank you to everyone who made this possible: A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project Communities For A Better Environment California Housing Partnership ACT LA: Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles Environmental Defense Fund IBEW Local 18 NRDC Pacoima Beautiful RISE Youth Build Strategic Concepts in Organizing & Policy Education (SCOPE) The My Generation Campaign Sierra Club Angeles Chapter Watts Neighborhood Council St. John’s United Methodist Church Watts Clean Energy Group, Venice YouthBuild Rosemary Jenkins Mac Shorty Nury Martinez and Mel Levine.
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