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Native Renewables
We are an Indigenous-led organization working toward affordable clean energy solutions for Native American communities.
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Vote Solar Apr 12
WEBINAR 4/17: This , dive into a new study on racial inequality in solar & learn what we can do for ! 's Melanie Santiago-Mosier, solar leader Jamez Staples & Prof . Hosted by RSVP >>
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Native Renewables Apr 8
On The Navajo Reservation, Turning From Coal To Renewables
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Native Renewables Apr 3
Our executive director Wahleah Johns was a co-host on podcast. Listen to her journey to starting
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Native Renewables Mar 29
should continue to be a goal for all homes. Housing Authority modernizes homes via
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Native Renewables Mar 24
"Love a good success story" Microgrid system saves tribe $200,000 a year
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Native Renewables Feb 19
Spokane Tribe Goes Solar With Private, Fed Funding via
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20/20 Catalysts Program Jan 26
Are you passionate about ? Do you want to create a in your community? We’re now accepting applications for our 2019 cohort. Apply now! ➡️
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The Solar Foundation Jan 3
In 2019, we're looking forward to a new report on workforce diversity, helping support more women, people of color, LGBTQ, and veterans in the industry!
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Native Renewables Jan 8
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Native Renewables Jan 1
Looking forward to the new year and amazing things to come
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Native Renewables Dec 19
Yay! Our new website is up. Check out out!
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Native Renewables Dec 19
Check out the latest PV install from featured by along with and other renewable projects
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Jenean Smith Dec 8
These awesome kids now have solar electricity on their off-grid school in Juntas de Neji, an indigenous Kumeyaay community in Baja California, Mexico. Thanks to Battery Company for supporting this project and installing this PV system with Alternatives this week.
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Native Renewables Dec 4
Microgrids Reside at the Core of Tribal Electric Utilities
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Native Renewables Nov 2
Report finds growing interest in developing Navajo utility-scale solar industry via
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100% Oct 11
When clean energy is made available to everyone - regardless of race or zipcode - we all win 💯
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Native Renewables Sep 16
PHOTOS: Sanostee family receives solar power via
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Native Renewables Aug 15
“Some of our people have been waiting for 30 or 60 years for power,” said Peters, who is Navajo. “Some of them have been waiting their whole lives for the power to come on.”
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Native Renewables Aug 9
Some photos of PV projects around Navajo land highlighted. NTUA and First Solar Kayenta solar project, Northeast Arizona Technological Institute of Vocational Education solar hogan, and working with Native installers to triage an older system (20+years!)
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