Black clean energy entrepreneurs should be at the heart of the American Jobs Plan

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Black clean energy entrepreneurs should be at the heart of the American Jobs Plan

Successful in the face of institutional racism and unfair standards, black and brown energy entrepreneurs should be at the forefront of clean energy investments. BY GILBERT CAMPBELL AND HARRY JOHNSON II As founders and CEOs of clean energy firms, we know how difficult it will be to meet the twin challenges of responding to climate change and achieving racial equity. With more than a decade of experience, we also know the challenges that black entrepreneurs face as well as what policymakers and private capital must do to accelerate the next…

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