The 2010 legislative session has ended and although the legislature delivered mixed results for the environment overall, supporters of Clean Energy Initiative 937 were pleased that no changes were made to the law. Because of your help, we were able to protect the integrity and strength of Initiative 937 again this year…
Issues: I-937 – The Clean Energy Initiative
The 2010 legislative session has finally come to a close and it’s time to take inventory on how clean and affordable energy policies fared in Olympia. Read on to see where we stand…
Clean Energy Initiative 937, passed by voters in 2006, requires WA state’s major utilities to increase the amount of new renewable resources to 15% by 2020. We will once again be tracking any legislative attempts to amend 937 in 2010 and we’ll need your help and full support to ensure that no changes to 937 […]
Energy Efficiency Financing Act – SB 6656 … Modifications to the Citizen’s Clean Energy Initiative 937 – SB 6672
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Check out this FAQ sheet to find out more about the Initiative does and what you can do to help protect it from special interests.
On this page we will collect all of the media exposure relating to I-937 and ESSB 5840.
Some commonly made claims and frequently asked questions about what the Initiative does and does not do.
Concerned about 937’s impact on consumers and low-income residents of Washington state? This letter to the members of the Washington State Legislature from Michael Karp, Executive Director of A World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity, addresses how the Clean Energy Initiative will help protect low-income families from higher utility bills and provide local jobs and income.