Energy Justice Training One: Staying Connected During COVID

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Keeping the Lights On: A Training Series for Advocates, Service Providers and Practitioners

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COVID-19, has created new conditions for how people are living and moving in their homes. The challenges of keeping the bills low and lights on during a global pandemic-despite a moratorium-can be stressful for families struggling to make ends meet. This three-part series gives advocates and service providers:

• Up-to-date information on public polices to protect families from being shutoff during the COVID moratorium.

• Information on new rules adopted by the CPUC that protect families from shutoffs after the moratorium is over.

• Learn about the Medical Baseline Program and other important programs that can help reduce costs and keep the lights on.

This training-the first in a series of three-will cover:

  • COVID protections - Learn about the utility moratorium
  • How to prepare now for the end of the moratorium

Trainings do not need to be attended in order and will be offered again!

To register for Energy Justice Training Two: Staying Connected After the COVID Moratorium Ends On October 28 @ 1pm, click here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/energy-justice-training-two-stay-connected-after-the-covid-moratorium-ends-tickets-123949005813

To register for Energy Justice Training Three: Medical Baseline and Planned Outages on November 4 @ 1pm, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/123949667793

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