Rooftop solar is under attack. Take action today to protect California’s ability to go solar.
California is a solar state. From farmers in the Valley to school kids in LA and everyone in between, we all want to harness the sun to power our lives, lower our energy bills, and breathe cleaner air.
But utilities, like PG&E, Edison and Sempra, are trying to stop people from getting rooftop solar.
Utility companies want to own the sun and sell it to you at markup.
This is not only bad for consumers, it is also bad for the environment. California has made a big commitment to renewable energy. California should lead the world in solar adaption.
DON'T LET THE UTILITY COMPANIES TAKE AWAY OUR SOLAR RIGHTS.
Putting solar in the hands of everyday people is the key to our success in not only meeting our clean energy goals but also helping consumers control energy bills and create local, good paying jobs.
- Homeowners have been able to save thousands of dollars per year with solar. Rooftop solar is already on over one million California homes, apartments, schools and businesses helping to cut their energy bills – and millions more hope to do the same. Utility companies don't like that.
- Over 70,000 Californians earn a living building solar in their local communities.
- Thousands of small businesses and startup entrepreneurs are the core of the solar industry driving billions in local investments in rural and urban communities alike.
Californians know what progress looks like. We are a state of innovators, immigrants, and pioneers. We not only embrace the future, we invent it and build it from the ground up. Now is not the time to slow down California’s race to a clean energy future that everyone can be a part of and benefit from.
Supported by: California Solar + Storage Association