NAACP Resolution in Support of Distributed Solar Energy

This 2015 resolution affirms the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's (NAACP) support for clean energy deployment, specifically wind and solar, and especially distributed solar. The resolution calls for policies to ensure that: rate structures are fair and do not unduly burden low-income people, clean energy job opportunities are created in low-income and African-American communities, and all people have access to the benefits of clean energy solutions.

NAACPresolution--Promoting Equitable Access to Clean Energy Alterrnatives FINAL February 21 2015.pdf — PDF document, 265Kb

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