- July 19, 2018
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Living Greener Series will give you new ideas to help build a more sustainable future.
Renewable energy makes up nearly 20% of the electricity consumed in the United States. Almost two-thirds of all new energy production in 2017 came from wind and solar. Greenhouse gas emissions are at a 25 year low. And household expenses for energy across the U.S. are near all-time lows.
Good news, but what’s going on in Southern California? How are utility companies like SCE and SDGE responding to changing power generation patterns? What is the state doing to support continued growth of renewable energy? And what does it mean for your wallet?
Please join us for a discussion of the fast changing energy market with a focus on the impact on households and their energy budget. Impacts from federal action on tariffs to state mandates to local utility rate changes will be examined with an open Q&A to cap things off.
This Living Greener event is sponsored by Sunrun.
About The Series
The Living Greener Series helps individuals understand what it means to be “living green” in their own communities. Join us to learn strategies to implement in your life that will help you save money while conserving natural resources for future generations.
We all make day-to-day decisions that impact our natural resources. These decisions ultimately determine the health of a community. Our focus is to illustrate “green” practices that are easy to implement, which in many cases will also save you money. We hope to inspire you to take local action and make a difference.