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We aim to put solar on every roof

By Geoffrey Smith, Solar Energy Program Coordinator Solar Sonoma County (SSC), a program of the Center for Climate Protection, has the information you need to go solar now. This fall we held our first Solar House Party. It went very well. On a recent Saturday morning in Santa Rosa’s Junior College neighborhood, our party host […]

Community Choice Energy is a powerful rapidly spreading movement

As 2016 draws to a close, Community Choice Energy has spread to 26 out of 58 counties and over 300 cities in California as either operational, on track for launch of service, or at some stage of evaluation. Community Choice Energy has clearly become a powerful and rapidly spreading movement. The Center for Climate Protection […]

Electric vehicle ownership just got even better

Sonoma Clean Power has recently launched a new, $2.5 million venture to help people buy electric vehicles and install at-home charging stations.  The measure will target the largest source of pollution in Sonoma County, tailpipe emissions. Starting October 27 and through January 5, Sonoma Clean Power will offer its customers $2,500 discounts — on a first-come, first-served […]

The Power of Shakespeare in the Cannery

Pray, what does Shakespeare have to do with protecting the climate? For the past two years, my daughter and I have been delighted and moved by high-quality outdoor local productions of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night in Santa Rosa’s Historic Railroad Square’s Cannery. This summer, Shakespeare in the Cannery presents the 2016 season with Macbeth from July […]