Joline Price and Josie Pickens from Community Legal Services of Philadelphia give attendees an energy affordability lens with which they can reflect on the presentations that they've viewed (and the future conversations they'll have) around clean energy.
As a Supervising Attorney in the Energy Unit at Community Legal Services, Joline Price represents low-income Philadelphians struggling to access and afford gas, electric and water service. In addition to individual representation, she also does systemic advocacy and community education on utility access and affordability. Joline previously worked as a staff attorney at the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project, focusing on bill affordability and access to water, gas and electric service across the Commonwealth. Ms. Price also worked as an attorney at the Pennsylvania Health Law Project focusing on access to publicly funded health insurance and medical services. For tweets about energy policy, anti-poverty work, and random musings, follow Joline at @jolinetweets1.
Josie B. H. Pickens is a Supervising Attorney and Co-Director of the Energy Unit at Community Legal Services of Philadelphia (CLS). She represents low-income residential utility consumers in disputes to maintain and afford utility service. Her practice includes systemic advocacy and litigation to reform energy and water affordability policy.