Published by the Union of Concerned Scientists, this electric utility toolkit provides information

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From the toolkit:

Access to clean, safe, reliable electricity shouldn’t be determined by the amount of money in your bank account or by where you live. This toolkit can help.

We asked hundreds of people about their experiences, negative and positive, with electric utility services. Their responses reflect massive inequalities in access, affordability, and dozens of other issues with today’s power grid.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Armed with personal experience and a deep understanding of how the grid works—and why it came to be this way—everyday people can become powerful advocates for a safer, better power system.

This electric utility toolkit can help. Below, you’ll find specific information about your state, and explanatory materials that de-mystify the power sector’s jargon. At the end of the page we’ve assembled a robust list of actions and next steps, each geared at building a more just and inclusive electric utility system.”