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John Casellini brings over 30 years experience in political strategy, communications and policy
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Proud to be part of the team that worked for 3 years to deliver solar savings to low- and moderate-income communities, especially in New York City! Thank you @SenatorParker @Michael_Cusick for working so hard to make this happen! @nyseia @nylcv @nature_ny @SEIA @SolarAccess https://t.co/qRnO0Q71JY
The Community Solar for Disadvantaged Communities Act is important, pairing crucial CLCPA goals: the 6 GW by '25 solar goal and 35% of the benefits for low-and moderate-income ratepayers in these communities. Thanks to @kevinparkernyc and @Michael_Cusick for leading the way! https://t.co/3Hm4Ev1V5t
Recent Blog Posts
- A: In New York, the answer is different than it is in the rest of the Northeast. We have 52 colleges in name here that meet the nationally-recognized Carnegie Classification of a Master’s College and University by “awarding at least 50 master’s degrees and fewer than 20 research doctorates.” Many of these institutions confer more ...
- Public Libraries: Providing vital access with far less, needing more because much more is being asked.Much of the focus in the media these days has been directed toward the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare. Signups are occurring online and the system is working well now, but how is the target audience – the historically uninsured population, those that need the relief the most – able to sign up? The ...
- Superstorm Sandy devastated whole communities within our State, as Hurricanes Irene and Lee had done the year prior. The efforts to account for the losses, enabling us to recover from the damage done and to mitigate against probable future reoccurrences, received important focus from the Governor in his State of the State message yesterday and ...