Author: Crystal Huang       Published: 4/21/2021            EDP

 Crystal Huang <hello@energydemocracy.us>
Good morning. Thank you for such a lively conversation yesterday.
We appreciate your presence and attention to the critical community knowledge, leadership and specific energy democracy solutions to the numerous climate and clean energy legislative proposals we shared.
You can find the recording of the Congressional Briefing here: https://youtu.be/1z_QwzGD9dA
 
The policy platform discussed is at the end of the briefing packet: http://bit.ly/EnergyDemocracyPolicy2021
 
If you have any specific points you would like to follow up with specific speakers, you may contact them directly at:
Denise Fairchild, Emerald Cities Collaborative – dfairchild@emeraldcities.org
Chris Woolery, Mountain Association – chris@mtassociation.org
Subin DeVar, Initiative for Energy Justice – subin.devar@iejusa.org
Timothy DenHerder-Thomas, Cooperative Energy Futures – timothy@cooperativeenergyfutures.com
Anissa Pemberton, Portland Clean Energy Fund Coalition – anissa@coalitioncommunitiescolor.org
Sean Sweeney, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy – sweeneygli@gmail.com

The briefing featured energy democracy voices and recommendations from eight speakers, but it was the result of the collective hardwork from close to 40 energy democracy practitioners across the nation. If you have any follow-up questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me and I will direct your questions to the collective voices of the Energy Democracy Project.
We look forward to bringing justice and equity to clean energy solutions with you.
Crystal Huang
National Coordinator, Energy Democracy Project
510-500-5805
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