Evergreen Action Launches New Six Figure Digital Ad Campaign Highlighting How BBBA Will Drive Down Energy Costs For Working Families

The Build Back Better Act Can Save American Families and Businesses Billions On Energy Bills

Today, as the Senate approaches Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s Christmas deadline for a final vote on the Build Back Better Act (BBBA), Evergreen Action is announcing a new six figure digital ad campaign touting the energy cost savings the BBBA can deliver.

“Winter has set in and families around the country are facing record fossil fuel energy costs to heat their homes. Democrats must act now to deliver long term relief from volatile oil and gas markets and save families and businesses billions on their energy bills with the Build Back Better Act,” said Evergreen Action Executive Director Jamal Raad. “We are delivering a simple message: clean energy is cheap energy. Renewables are already the world’s cheapest source of energy. By passing the Build Back Better Act and making bold investments in America’s clean energy future we can save ratepayers billions on their energy bills every year. It’s time to ditch dirty, expensive fossil fuels and ensure every American has access to reliable, affordable clean energy. It’s time to pass the Build Back Better Act.”


Clean Energy is Cheap Energy


Want lower energy bills?

Congress must pass the Build Back Better Act.

A bill which invests in affordable, American made, clean energy.

And could save American families and businesses $9 billion a year.

It’s a win, win.

In recent weeks, American families have been hit hard as fossil fuel price spikes have driven energy costs to their highest rate in years. Meanwhile, clean energy prices have steadily declined for the last decade and renewable sources have become the “world’s cheapest source of energy.” The transformative clean energy investments inthe Build Back Better Act will drive down energy costs for consumers by making clean energy even more affordable and more widely available. According to an analysis from the Rocky Mountain institute, the clean energy incentives in the BBBA can save ratepayers $9 billion a year by 2030.