Episode 2 of the Rochester Public Power Hour is here! This time, we interview Michelle Wenderlich, who was deeply involved in the movement for a public utility in Berlin, Germany! We also discuss unethical practices by Rochester Gas & Electric and its parent companies, the steps to winning a public utility locally, and the ongoing utilities bill strike. Click below to listen!
Ep. 2: Rochester Public Power Hour
Do you want to join our local movement to replace Rochester Gas & Electric with a public, local, not-for-profit, democratically operated utility? Take the first step by signing the petition at metrojustice.org/energydemocracypetition! We have received a lot of new sign ups in the last couple weeks, and are planning an orientation event for new folks that want to get involved!
Also, if you have questions about RG&E, public utilities, energy democracy, climate change, or how our energy system works in general, email us at email@example.com.
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