Vote Solar's Adam Browning: A Shining Example

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Vote Solar's Adam Browning: A Shining Example

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This wk on @SeaChangeRadio - Adam Browning, the Exec. Dir. of @VoteSolar talks about his org.'s mission: http://is.gd/GCpuO8 #solar

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Adam Browning

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 2:15pm

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Listening to the national dialogue on energy policy can be a little discouraging. Not only does it feel like progress is not happening fast enough, it often feels like as a regular person you’re just not going to have any way to influence energy policy. Enter Vote Solar. Vote Solar is a grassroots solar policy advocacy organization that reminds us that all politics is local and that tremendous progress can be made by focusing on local regulatory roadblocks.

Our guest this week on Sea Change Radio is Adam Browning, the executive director of Vote Solar. Driven by a vision of affordable and widespread renewable power, Browning co-founded the organization after a successful campaign in San Francisco for a bond measure that would enable more residents to adopt solar power. While they now have national reach, Vote Solar does not concentrate its efforts on a national front - as Browning likes to say, “If your plan involves congress, it's a bad plan.” Listen now as Browning describes to host Alex Wise how solar initiatives are being advanced from deep blue California to scarlet Georgia, on the basis of simple economic sense.

Keywords: Environment | California | Energy | Energy Policy | Environment | Solar | adam browning | alex wise | policy advocacy | renewable power | san francisco

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