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On-bill repayment of financing for energy upgrades and/or clean energy installations would allow low-income homeowners and renters to make energy improvements without having to provide any cash up front—a bank (or other) loan would be paid back through utility bills. Jamie Fine will speak about efforts to institute on-bill repayment and how that could impact utility ratepayers and clean energy jobs. Bring your questions and concerns.
When: Thursday, November 17, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: 2nd Floor Conference Room, Central Historic Building, 436 14th St. (at Broadway), Oakland
Please RSVP: email@example.com (Light refreshments, no dinner!)
James "Jamie" Fine, is an economist at the Environmental Defense Fund who works to reduce the impacts of energy systems used to power buildings, transport and service people, and produce and move goods.
His areas of research and advocacy include design and implementation of market-based policy, modeling the economic, air quality, and health consequences of policy decisions, deploying smart grid for environmental and electricity customer benefits, and facilitating the meaningful involvement of community stakeholders in environmental planning.