Clean Energy for ALL Series

The bi-monthly series highlights the critical energy issues Pennsylvanians are facing, focusing on the inequitable impacts of dirty fuels on our communities and the challenges of ensuring a just clean energy transition for ALL.

In this series, you will:

  • hear from dynamic organizers fighting on the frontlines of climate justice,
  • learn about the industries and technologies that affect energy opportunities in Pennsylvania, and
  • receive guidance, tools, and support to take immediate action.

Register for Upcoming Events:

Energy Review 2023  Tues, December 5 @ 7:00PM Register

Review Previous Events:

Solar Success Stories

Sept. 28, 2023

Discover the PEOPLE POWER behind making SOLAR POWER accessible to everyone! Hear from leaders about planning for a solar transformation, overcoming financial and technical barriers, and building community support in the unlikeliest of places.

Energy Equity In Our Homes

June 29, 2023

Highlights the intersection of climate justice and housing justice. Leaders of Philadelphia’s HERE 4 Climate Justice coalition present their movement for housing equity, repair, and electrification and vision for the future.

Hydrogen Perspectives

April 26, 2023

Explores the landscape of hydrogen hub development in Pennsylvania. Examines federal investment in our state, the pros and cons of proposed uses for hydrogen energy, and the potential effects on impacted communities.

Series Introduction

Feb. 15, 2023

Shares the series' foundational principles and frameworks, provides an overview of energy issues, and poses questions about how to make the transition from dirty fuels to clean energy just and equitable. 

Series Guiding Vision

We will achieve 100% clean energy in Pennsylvania by:

  • Contributing to a movement for climate action centered on equity
  • Reframing the public vision for energy from one based on extractive fossil fuels to one based on clean energy that is necessary for healthy and safe communities
  • Ensuring political power is in the hands of the people and not dirty industries 

This will lead to state policies that:

  • Promote investment in clean energy, efficiency, sustainable transportation, and building electrification 
  • Phase out the extraction and use of fossil fuels.