Twitter | Search | |
Native Renewables
We are an Indigenous-led organization working toward affordable clean energy solutions for Native American communities.
392
Tweets
90
Following
612
Followers
Tweets
Native Renewables Jun 19
We appreciate all the community organizers who are taking the lead on distributing materials. We are also grateful for the support we receive, which allows us to provide solar lights and cellphone charging to local groups distributing supplies.
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Jun 5
Navajo Women Are Bringing Sustainable Solar Power to the Navajo Nation
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables May 30
Navajo Nation has ordered strict lockdowns. The coronavirus is still spreading. via
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Wahleah Johns May 13
Navajo Nation has more coronavirus cases per capita than any state in the country. That's because of historical and ongoing injustices. There's a way forward.
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables May 7
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Apr 29
Here is another excerpt from “Power your future with the sun” available on our website. It shows some of the important components that make up an off- grid photovoltaic (PV) or electric system.
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Apr 28
When we first started in 2016, we were inspired to create a solar educational minizine when we saw the “how to make a zine” template by Amber McCrary at K’e Infoshop. Here is an excerpt from our “Power your future with the sun” minizine available on our website.
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Wahleah Johns Apr 23
These pictures say it all: Navajo Nation is among the hardest hit by coronavirus via
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Apr 22
Happy Earth Day! Thanks to David Johns for the awesome art, and Gloria Johns for the translation.
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Apr 21
access on tribal nations
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Apr 17
FCC grants Navajo Nation temporary access to broadband spectrum to help during COVID-19 pandemic
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables Apr 16
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
NDN Collective Apr 14
Rapid City group has $10 million in COVID-19 grants for Indigenous people
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
GRID Alternatives Apr 13
Looking for homechooling activities? Our Solar Futures Toolkit has activities for students K-8!
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
NDN Collective Apr 9
GOOD NEWS ALERT!🚨 Today we are officially launching the "NDN Response Project"! Our goal: distribute $10 million dollars across Indian Country to support those on the frontlines of this global pandemic. Learn more at
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
NDN Collective Apr 8
We want to see Native businesses, entrepreneurs, & artists thrive and grow in the midst of challenge and adversity. Join us tomorrow, April 9th, 3pm MST, for a valuable discussion on resources available to Native businesses. Register here: 
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Wahleah Johns Apr 3
'It warms the heart': Navajo mount grassroots effort to tackle coronavirus
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
NDN Collective Apr 2
No running water. No electricity. On Navajo Nation, coronavirus creates worry and confusion as cases surge
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Mar 29
Navajo Nation sets curfew, urging Navajo people to stay home as COVID-19 cases pass 100 via
Reply Retweet Like
Native Renewables retweeted
Diné Millennials Today Mar 26
The Navajo language is the most spoken Indigenous language in America. You can now use this form to complete the in Diné Bizáád. 2020góne' diné dawólta' | Nitsaa Hadahwiisdzo Ahii'siniljí Diné Nídawó
Reply Retweet Like