Native Renewables is an indigenous-led organization working to promote low-cost clean energy solutions for Native American families and communities throughout the United States. To help accomplish the goals, Native Renewables will partner with developers, federal agencies, tribal governments, utilities, foundations and investors to deploy solar in the communities that need it the most.
To empower Native American families to achieve energy independence by growing renewable energy capacity and affordable access to off-grid power.
Native Renewables aim is to prove that tribes can own, manage and provide clean power for themselves and that includes a business model that values community benefits and job creation. Currently, Native Renewables is providing pre-development assistance for small solar projects for Navajo community buildings and eventually would like to support all tribal nations toward 100% renewable energy movement. There is a great need for a Native American led renewable energy developer that understands tribal sovereignty, land status and the socio-economic and cultural values of tribal nations.
Please consider making a donation to Native Renewables!
You can Donate Online or make checks payable to ISI with “Native Renewables” included in the memo and send checks to ISI:
101 Brookwood Ave. Ste #204
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Please contactNative Renewables:
Clare is a creative spirit and tech-savvy marketing communications professional who is passionate about building community and a regenerative culture. Clare elevates ISI (and ISI’s clients) by harnessing the power of social media and implements integrated communications strategies to help businesses and their communities thrive.
Clare’s work with other nonprofits in the Bay Area, includes the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) Expressive Arts Therapy Program and The Institute for Poetic Medicine. She also serves as a global rep and advisor for the FIGMENT Project. Clare holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications Sciences from the University of Connecticut.
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