A new program led by organizers in Indiana offers solar installation and energy efficiency training in marginalized communities.
A letter signed by representatives of 40 organizations says the state needs an accelerated timeline for phasing out carbon emissions.
In hearings this week, environmental advocates and community members voiced concerns about the state’s many contaminated sites.
Programs should recognize realities faced by Black Americans and other minorities, advocates add.
Many states require utilities to help low-income customers conserve energy despite higher costs and barriers.