Detroit-based nonprofit Soulardarity has an energy justice vision for underserved communities

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'Soulardarity' member Juan Shannon talks about the first smart solar light in Highland Park, installed in 2018, with wifi and an edge-lit LED street sign reading "Welcome to Parker Village" Soulardarity
Soulardarity
'Soulardarity' member Juan Shannon talks about the first smart solar light in Highland Park, installed in 2018, with wifi and an edge-lit LED street sign reading "Welcome to Parker Village" Soulardarity

Detroit-based nonprofit Soulardarity has an energy justice vision for underserved communities

The Detroit-based nonprofit Soulardarity has an energy justice vision for all underserved communities. The group joins Reset to present new analysis that shows how communities can locally produce 100 percent clean energy.‌

GUESTS: Gracie Wooten, energy justice advocate; member of Detroit-based nonprofit Soulardarity

James Gignac, senior midwest energy analyst with Union of Concerned Scientists; co-author of the report, ‘Let Highland Park Residents and Other Communities Choose Clean Energy