Our work is focused on partnerships with individuals and organizations living and working in disenfranchised and marginalized communities of California. This includes non-profit organizations, low-income apartment buildings, places of worship, K-12 schools and municipal/public buildings.
Cooperative Consumer Members participate in project development by exploring opportunities for community power relevant to their members, operations and facilities. These may include green jobs training, energy efficiency measures, and the production of educational materials.
Such a partnership will begin with a scoping meeting to discuss the cooperative community-ownership model, project site selection, financing considerations and questions of governance.
Cooperative power has the capability of transforming the ways communities produce and consume energy.
For more information or to set up an initial meeting, please get in touch.