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Clean Energy Ambassador Guide

All communities deserve a path to clean energy.


This guide is a library of information compiled by Southern California Edison in partnership with local community leaders who make up the Clean Energy Access Working Group.

The library is intended to help advocates in underserved communities educate, engage and guide community members through the clean energy transition.

We’ve also included this California Energy Commission glossary to help with terminology.


Trusted community leaders are key in helping communities embrace change. SCE and the Clean Energy Access Working Group invite all leaders in underserved communities to browse this library of information to make the case, support change and take action in your community.


"This guide provides Clean Energy Ambassadors information and resources to share with the community and consumers. Ambassadors will be able educate and motivate customers to act on clean energy choices for their homes and businesses.”

– Patricia Watts, FCI Management


"Being able to direct residents and businesses to resources all in one space saves time and frustration for all parties. This truly is a resource that all can use.“

– Samantha Dodero, San Joaquin Valley Clean Energy Organization


“The Clean Energy Ambassador's Guide is a great place to direct our community members to learn more about how they can educate themselves, get program information and implement clean energy solutions into their lives.”

– Pam Bold, High Sierra Energy Foundation


Making the Case

Factual information and third-party research to help community members understand all the reasons they should prioritize the clean energy transition.


Supporting Change

Perspectives and outlooks to inspire interested community members to make a switch to a clean energy technology.


Taking Action

Tools, calculators and rebates to assist community members with making the right energy choice.

Project Contributors

This guide was made possible by the development and participation of the organizations below.

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