The Greening Committee works on environmental issues in our congregation, in our homes, and in the wider political arena. The committee represents Kehilla in both the East Bay Clean Power Alliance and Oakland Climate Action Coalition, actively participating in their work to create East Bay Community Energy (community choice energy agency for Alameda County) and bring to fruition and unanimous vote Oakland’s 2030 Equity Climate Action Plan. We’ve added more solar panels to our roof; worked with No Coal In Oakland, and on other local climate justice actions. We welcome new members and new ideas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can watch an interview with Kehilla member and Greening Committee Chair Ralph Silber about our solar panel installation in the video below (it is the second interview that begins at 4:18).
- Kehilla Goes Greener
You may know that in 2014, Kehilla installed solar panels on our roof. This has enabled us to get most of our electricity from our solar panels. We are thrilled to let you know that we will be installing additional solar panels that will allow us to receive virtually all our electrical power from our …
- Electrify Everything: What We Can Do About the Climate Crisis – Updates from the Greening Committee
Save the Date—Feb. 11—for presentation of “Electrify Everything” at Kehilla. For urban dwellers the main sources of greenhouse gases are the gas we use to heat our homes and water, our transportation and the electricity we use for power in our homes. This presentation by volunteers from 350 Bay Area will address these areas and …
- Launch of East Bay Community Energy
What You Need to Know About Your New Energy Provider
After a decade of organizing and advocacy by multiple community organizations, including Kehilla’s
Greening Committee, an Alameda County Community Choice Energy program designed to address environmental, economic and social justice needs of East Bay communities will become your energy provider next month (November.) EBCE, like other community …