Hopes and expectations are high for President Biden’s first weeks in office. His recovery plans promise to take on COVID-19, a battered economy, and a rapid clean energy transition that doesn’t leave communities behind. But when some areas of the country, like the Navajo Nation, don’t have consistent power access, to begin with, where does one start?
“The community that has been the provider is the one that has the most homes that don't have access to electricity,” notes Wahleah Johns, Co-founder, and Director of Native Renewables. Can the incoming administration improve energy access for all Americans while phasing out fossil fuels?
Loretta Lynch, Former President, California Public Utilities Commission
Wahleah Johns, Co-Founder & Director, Native Renewables
Paula Glover, President, Alliance to Save Energy; former President and CEO, American Association of Blacks in Energy
Jeremiah Baumann, Director of Federal Policy, Energy Innovation
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