By Kelsey Misbrener Democratic Senator Mo Denis. Photo courtesy of modenis.com.
When Nevada Senator Mo Denis introduced a bill to expand community solar access to minority populations in the state, the local NAACP took notice.
“Energy justice is a priority for NAACP, and community solar is an important first step to ensuring equitable access to clean energy,” said Jeanetta Williams, president of the NAACP Tri-State Conference of Idaho/Nevada/Utah, in a press release.
Even as Washington pivots from stopping climate change to “bringing back” fossil fuels like coal, solar power is on the rise, and some organizations are finding ways to expand access into underserved communities.
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