The Renewable Power Paradox: Shovel-Ready with Nowhere to Go
With solar and wind farms expanding across the nation and ambitious renewable deployment goals pushing for more, what say should communities have? This session explores who gets asked to sacrifice for the clean energy transition, and what can be done to prevent community harm.
Jon MitchellMayor, City of New Bedford
Patrick FieldSenior mediator at the Consensus Building Institute
Dahvi WilsonVP of public affairs at Apex Clean Energy
Brad SperberPolicy director at Keystone Policy Center
Kendra KostekSiting and Deployment Program Specialist, US Department of Energy
- 2023 Climate
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