The color of New England’s clean energy landscape is starting to crystalize, and it’s not green.
A chance to build an industry from the ground up, an equitable and just sector that works to correct wrongs of the past, provides a landmark opportunity. But the energy transition is on the move, and many worry history is about to repeat itself.
People of color are vastly underrepresented in the industry.
“My biggest concern is, are we going to be left out again?” said Kerry Bowie, executive director of Browning the Green Space.
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