Community solar is a model for sharing the benefits and ownership of solar energy. Such models have transformative social, economic, and environmental potential. However, community solar can deepen inequities if it doesn’t address distributive, procedural, recognition, and restorative justice. IEJ presents a framework for developing equitable community solar.
Read more about the Justice in 100: Analysis of the First Ten 100% Laws in the U.S below!
What can we each do to advance equity and justice in our field of work? IEJ’s newest tool, the Justice in 100 Scorecard, answers this question specifically in the context of renewable energy standards, a policy framework now central to the transition to renewable energy.
IEJ’s newest report is meant to provide a flexible basis from which to expand systems of accountability regarding equity goals in the implementation of 100% renewable energy (or 100% clean energy) policy.
IEJ has released its newest tool: Utilities 101, a crash course in utilities viewed through an energy justice lens. Develop a better understanding of the United States’ utility system with our downloadable guide, video, and slide deck.