Equity and Clean Energy

This webinar is available online


Equity and clean energy are energy efficiency missions that include all people and give lower-income households and communities of color energy knowledge and resources. This session begins with a welcome from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, leading to expert panelists from across the Midwest who share facts, figures, and ideas on equity and clean energy and their strategies to achieve a zero-carbon world. 

Learn how states and programs in the Midwest and across the country ensure equitable access to clean energy technologies and programs. This webinar explores what is working and how to adopt these principles and strategies in Wisconsin. 

This intermediate session delves into how to engage with lower-income communities and households. The panelists look at how the 2020 pandemic has broadened the energy efficiency gap, and they give additional resources for further self-education.

Welcome - Rebecca Cameron Valcq, Chairperson of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin 
Featured Remarks - Wisconsin's 45th Lieutenant Governor, Mandela Barnes 

Laura Goldberg, Midwest Regional Director, Energy Efficiency for All, Natural Resources Defense Council 
Tony G. Reames, PhD, PE, Assistant Professor of Energy Justice, University of Michigan School for Environment & Sustainability 

Marge Anderson, Executive Vice President, Slipstream
Kristin Gilkes, Executive Director, Customers First! Coalition