Briefly: Western tribes push to develop green energy using water, wind and solar

Boise State Public Radio reports that tribal communities across the West are pushing to use their lands and water resources to develop large-scale green energy projects.

The idea is to increase tribes’ energy resilience while giving them more control over development and their energy supplies. The effort has been boosted by $9 million in federal grants which the Biden Administration awarded to more than a dozen tribes in March.

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