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Climate Win: Navajo Power Brings Clean Energy to Tribal Lands

Navajo Power is generating clean energy projects on tribal lands and maximizing the economic benefits for those communities through localized solar power. Unlike many companies, it continues to support households with maintenance and troubleshooting long after solar installation.

In this episode, host Rob Verhick speaks to Brett Isaac, co-founder of Navajo Power, and learns about what motivated him to join the clean energy movement, why Navajo Power is an exemplary model of solar energy, and what it’s like to be on President Biden’s Export Council.

NOTE: The audio quality in this episode may make it difficult for hard of hearing audiences to listen. We apologize for any inconvenience or difficulty.

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