Our Services

For years now, Emphasis Power has made a name for itself for helping Americans transition to equitable, clean, and affordable local energy. We comprise a team of people that work together to build energy systems with rooftop solar. We achieve this by helping the community go solar and by fighting for their energy rights.

Policy Priorities

Policy Priorities

Here at Emphasis Power, our priority is to expand solar access so that everyone can go solar without breaking the bank.

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Energy Justice

Energy Justice

Emphasis Power envisions a clean and equitable energy system that will benefit the community.

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Why Solar

Why Solar

Solar is the path to an equitable, 100% clean energy future. Solar comes with numerous benefits for communities in the U.S.

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Workshops

Workshops

Emphasis Power sets up workshops to support organizations and the community.

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From Our Recent News

An Analysis of Solar Powered Irrigation Systems

If you’re reading this, you probably already know that solar powered irrigation systems will change the way farms are irrigated. But it isn’t just a simple change in power source to solar energy.  It’s more akin to revamping the entire irrigation system on the farm.
The two main benefits of installing a solar powered irrigation system are to:

Significantly reduce the time required to irrigate crops
Simultaneously cut down on water consumption

Solar powered irrigation systems combine clean and cheap solar …

Renewable Energy Legislation to Revive PA Economy

A coalition of organizations has rendered their support for the new renewable energy bill that was introduced by Senator Art Haywood and Senator Daniel Laughlin. The legislation will help to harness the power of renewable energies like solar, which will put Pennsylvania back on the road to economic recovery.
The senator’s bill will amend the 2004 Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (AEPS) Act to increase PA’s renewable energy goal from 8% to 18% by 2026. 5.5% (from the current 0.5% goal) of renewable energy is…

8 Community Choice Aggregators Join Forces to Purchase Power Through California Community Power

Community choice aggregators (CCAs) in Northern and Central California have joined forces to form a new Joint Powers Authority (JPA). The new JPA will include Central Coast Community Energy, MCE, East Bay Community Energy, San Jose Clean Energy, Redwood Coast Energy Authority, Sonoma Clean Power, Peninsula Clean Energy, and Silicon Valley Clean Energy. According to the group, CleanPowerSF and San Francisco’s CCA are seeking membership.
What is Community Choice Aggregation?
Well, let’s have a quick look at the …

Public Participation on Low-Wealth Solar Policy Roundup

Policymakers and local communities across the U.S. are redesigning the solar policy to incorporate low-wealth families as major stakeholders to help them benefit from local clean energy.
Each month, Emphasis Power initiates a Low-Income Policy Call, which is led by our Access & Equity team. During the call, we bring together policymakers from across the country to celebrate our wins, talk about best practices and advanced learning, and brainstorm ways to join forces to improve on the design of the low-income solar program.
We believe that by hosting this call, we will be able to address some of the greatest issues that …