Everyone should have the right to generate his or her own power directly from the sun and that no monopoly company or special interest should try to block or “own” the sun.
Your solar energy is yours, not the utility's. We fight back against any effort by the utility to control rooftop solar.
Interconnecting to the grid should be fast and cheap, with no red tape. That goes for both solar and battery storage.
You should get a fair credit for sharing your extra energy. Your solar energy is a valuable, clean resource for the community, and you should be credited as such when you share it with the grid.
Why we started Solar Rights Alliance
Across California, lobbyists for the utility industry are pushing to slap solar owners with higher fees, cut the net metering credit, seize monopoly control over rooftop solar, and more.
These are serious threats. The utilities spend nearly $7 million a year lobbying and making contributions to state lawmakers from both parties.
A longtime government insider recently warned state regulators that California utilities would like to “strangle rooftop solar if they could.”
Why solar users can fight back and defend their rights
There are over 700,000 solar users in California, located in every corner of the state. More are joining our ranks every day. We don't have the money and political power of the utilities. But when we speak up together, our sheer numbers can tip the balance in favor of solar.
How can I help?
So many ways! Your voice and actions are at the center of Solar Rights Alliance.
It’s free and will help you stay in the loop about the latest threats to the right to choose solar and how to quickly email your lawmakers when the need arises. We will never share or sell your personal information with anyone.
Lawmakers always hear from utility lobbyists. They need to hear more from you! We’ll help you make your voice heard, whether it is writing or calling your representatives or attending a town hall meeting.
3. Spread the word
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