Report says many utilities are slow-walking clean energy goals

By: - October 10, 2022 4:15 am

The Kayenta solar farms on the Navajo Nation, shown here in 2019, span 365 acres and produce 55 megawatts of power that supply enough electricity to power 36,000 homes. Renewable energy such as solar power is drawing increasing attention in tribal communities as a way to build jobs for the future. (Photo courtesy of the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority/Navajo Nation)

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Robert Zullo
Robert Zullo

Robert Zullo is a national energy reporter based in southern Illinois focusing on renewable power and the electric grid. Robert joined States Newsroom in 2018 as the founding editor of the Virginia Mercury. Before that, he spent 13 years as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana. He has a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va. He grew up in Miami, Fla., and central New Jersey.