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About Energy Equality For All

Energy Equality For All (EE4ALL) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged communities and communities that have been impacted by natural disasters with access to sustainable power technology, and educating future generations about climate change and ways to counteract climate change.

Our Mission is to provide access to innovative technologies that not only improve but save lives, powering and empowering communities with products that allow better and more equal access to renewable energy and clean water, while simultaneously educating about the impact of climate change.

Our Goal is to provide decentralized, sustainable, and renewable energy generation and storage systems for disaster response, recovery, and disaster preparedness; educate future generations about climate change; and be a leader in identifying and utilizing zero carbon clean power technologies and products.

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News & Articles

How Google, Microsoft, and Big Tech Are Automating the Climate Crisis
How Google, Microsoft, and Big Tech Are Automating the Climate Crisis
February 22, 2019
  In a deal that made few ripples outside the energy industry, two very large but relatively obscure companies, Rockwell Automation and Schlumberger Limited, announced a joint ve...
3 clean energy myths that can lead to a productive climate conversation
3 clean energy myths that can lead to a productive climate conversation
February 22, 2019
Renewable energy innovations symbolize what's great about America. Discussing them provides opportunities for climate dialogue. Energy use is the biggest cause of climate change, and it...
By the End of the Century, San Francisco’s Climate Could Feel Like LA
By the End of the Century, San Francisco’s Climate Could Feel Like LA
February 13, 2019
When your grandchildren plan a trip to Denver later this century, they’ll need to leave the winter hat at home and instead plan like they’re going to the Texas Panhandle. That’s accor

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