About WEM

  • Women’s Energy Mat­ters has been work­ing for a rapid tran­si­tion to an effi­cient, renew­able energy sys­tem, in order to pro­mote healthy com­mu­ni­ties & ecosys­tems and improve inter­na­tional relations.
  • WEM is lead­ing the fight for Com­mu­nity Choice Aggre­ga­tion access to Energy Effi­ciency funds, and is an “inter­venor” in the Cal­i­for­nia Pub­lic Util­i­ties Commission’s Energy Effi­ciency Rule­mak­ing (R0108028).
  • WEM worked with Local Power & the Leg­is­la­ture be cer­tain Energy Effi­ciency was included in AB117 & helped pass the bill.

  • The Cal­i­for­nia Coali­tion for Energy Effi­ciency, founded by WEM, Pub­lic Cit­i­zen, Com­mu­nity First Coali­tion, Local Power & SESCO (the top res­i­den­tial Energy Effi­ciency provider in US), pro­posed a much-improved Energy Effi­ciency admin­is­tra­tive struc­ture in California.

The information on this site includes:

  • Cal­i­for­nia Coali­tion for Energy Effi­ciency (CCEE)
  • Com­mu­nity Choice issues
  • Energy Effi­ciency Programs
  • Local coun­cils & Boards of Super­vi­sors
  • CPUC and local coun­cil meet­ings that WEM has attended
  • Videos of events and and meetings

WEM has gathered information and taken actions.

This is just a sampling of the documentation in WEM's archives in pdf form and videos.

We are net­work of women & men who approach energy issues from a woman’s point of view. Women have used their own energy through the ages to work for the pub­lic good and WEM cel­e­brates that com­mit­ment.
We want to encour­age you to get involved, & appre­ci­ate all your support.

Read more on why womens’s energy mat­ters »>

Dona­tions are wel­come. Con­tri­bu­tions are tax deductible. Women’s Energy Mat­ters is a Cal­i­for­nia Non­profit 501©(3)Corporation.

 

Leave a Reply