Clean Energy

Our current and future investments in clean energy should make clean technology affordable and accessible to all, uplift communities that have been left behind, and ensure those who have suffered the most are the first to benefit.

Our current and future investments in clean energy should make clean technology affordable and accessible to all, uplift communities that have been left behind, and ensure those who have suffered the most are the first to benefit.

Adoption of clean-powered technology will be only as diverse and withstanding as the communities who participate.

We need more than just individuals to participate in the adoption and use of clean energy technology. People who can afford microgrids can and will transition now. In lower income communities, large scale infrastructure and integrated systems planning are needed. It takes a village to change culture and infrastructure alike. 

Through our partnerships, we work to identify the critical barriers that low-income and marginalized communities face in clean energy adoption. By informing investment strategy upstream on the supply side, and channeling funding downstream to community infrastructure projects, we work together to build the pathways needed for us to collectively get there.