ENERGY EFFICIENCY


WEM is a pub­lic inter­est par­tic­i­pant, advo­cat­ing for more effec­tive pro­grams to increase energy savings WEM pro­posed an Admin­is­tra­tive Struc­ture for Energy Effi­ciency like one in Texas which saved 40% more energy dol­lars than California’s cur­rent system. WEM’s “Brief His­tory” of a very sig­nif­i­cant CPUC pro­ceed­ing that cre­ated inde­pen­dent EE...

ON CLIMATE CHANGE


WEM’s rec­om­men­da­tions in the 2011 Green­house Gas Pro­ceed­ingEON’s blog and video reports on the Copen­hagen con­fer­ence Why Cap-And-Trade is a mis­take and what we need instead

WHY DOES WOMENS’S ENERGY MATTER?


Start­ing around the time of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion, new forms of energy fueled an indus­trial rev­o­lu­tion, first in Eng­land, then in Amer­ica and Europe. Pre­vi­ously, energy was based on biol­ogy and nat­ural processes. WEM is a net­work of women & men who approach energy issues from a woman’s point of view. WEM...

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: BAYVIEW HUNTERS POINT


Power plants are almost all located in low-income, minor­ity com­mu­ni­ties, caus­ing seri­ous health dam­age. WEM mem­bers in these com­mu­ni­ties are push­ing for con­struc­tion of clean energy sys­tems with local jobs & eco­nomic ben­e­fits. read more –>