2,600 solar rooftops in San Diego; 12 in National City. Is this fair?
A recent news article in California Watch did the math: "San Diego houses more than 2,600 solar residential rooftops, more than any other California City, but in the neighboring lower-income community of National City, there are only about a dozen."
Many of San Diego's most vulnerable communities have not seen the benefits of our booming green economy, but you can donate now to change this.
|EHC fights for "Solar for All," legislation that will bring solar to more homes in San Diego's low-income communities. |
Your financial support will help EHC encourage our state to make small rooftop solar installations a priority, and a reality, in all San Diego communities.
In 2010, Southcrest Resident Lilia Escalante wanted to "go green" with solar, but she was quicky discouraged by costs. EHC leaders connected her with GRID Alternatives. Her rooftop solar installation reduced her energy bill by more than 95%. She says, "My kids are proud to show their friends our solar panels, and I'm happy to see them excited about doing their part for the environment."
Donate today to help EHC bring green solar energy to the communities that need it most.