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Transitioning to renewable energy is critical to fighting climate change, and maximizing local renewable sources makes communities resilient. While our Santa Barbara region is incredibly special, the grid is alarmingly vulnerable to natural disasters. Our family foundation has supported the Clean Coalition for the past decade. The organization's leadership, vision, and initiative has demonstrated that clean energy innovations can benefit our local region and also serve as a model for communities across the country.

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The Clean Coalition in The Giving List

The Clean Coalition is honored to be included in The Giving List, the philanthropic publication of the Montecito Journal Media Group. Inclusion in this curated philanthropic publication will help the Clean Coalition continue delivering economic, environmental, and resilience benefits to communities throughout California and beyond from renewables-driven microgrids.

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