Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner
Over 150 renewable energy leaders will gather on May 10 for the third annual Clean Power, Healthy Communities conference at the California Endowment in downtown Oakland.
Participants will bolster efforts to accelerate urban clean energy projects and create local green jobs in the Bay Area, working with new models and programs that are bringing the benefits of local renewable power to communities.
Organized by the Local Clean Energy Alliance, Clean Power, Healthy Communities will focus on how cities can ramp up local renewable energy while cutting global warming pollution and creating thousands of family-supporting clean energy jobs.
The conference also includes a town hall discussion with Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, who chairs the Natural Resources Committee and sits on the Utilities and Commerce Committee.
The Local Clean Energy Alliance is now Northern California’s largest clean power alliance, with 90 organizational affiliates.
For a schedule of activities, see http://localcleanenergy.org/2012-conference-program
For more information go to www.LocalCleanEnergy.org