What changed after elections results on our environment? Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm tomorrow 11/16/18 on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM Germantown Community Radio and streaming at gtownradio.com to hear all about environmental issues that were on the ballot, the outcome for candidates with various environmental positions, policy and political work for the environment in light of the results, and the likelihood of changes in environmental policy based on these factors.
Continuing ongoing work:
Roger Clark, Esq., Director of the Clean Energy Fund of the Reinvestment Fund, will talk about the Fund’s work to lend to commercial buildings over the last 25 years. The Fund gives loans for clean and for sustainable energy. We also will provide information for potential residential loans.
The Reinvestment Fund is a nonprofit finance group in Philadelphia that has made over $2.0 billion in community investments, financing over 2,680 projects across the Mid-Atlantic region since its inception in 1985. As manager of its Clean Energy group, Roger directs the Sustainable Development Fund, a $32 million fund created by the PECO electric utility restructuring case to support renewable energy, energy conservation and clean energy businesses.
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