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Powered for good — clean energy for every Texan

Texans deserve to participate in and benefit from smarter and cleaner energy. However, fixing the energy inequity in our state won’t happen accidentally and shouldn’t happen with one-size-fits-all solutions.

Photo courtesy of HARC.

By Gavin Dillingham, PhD, VP Research at HARC

Dr. Gavin Dillingham is Vice President of Research and leads HARC’s Energy team. In this role, he also serves as Director of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Southcentral and Upper West Combined Heat and Power TAP. Dr. Dillingham leads multi-stakeholder efforts focusing on policy and programs to improve the climate resilience of power infrastructure and built environment and help usher in the energy transition via various clean energy initiatives.

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“The bottom line is that if our transition to a clean energy economy is going to be just, we need to reduce barriers and spread the benefits.”

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