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.
Black Americans and other minorities are more at risk for disconnections, add-on utility fees, inefficient housing and more.
Michael Sorkin died this spring, but partners on Chicago’s South Side are determined to make his net-zero plans a reality.
The racially diverse neighborhood of North Minneapolis could become the site of a novel educational and social equity collaboration.