California has historically led the nation in its ambitious adoption of clean energy technologies. The state has the highest percentage of electric vehicles on the road, the largest number of solar panels installed on rooftops and regulatory processes that allow consumers to advocate for an evolving energy landscape. Despite these shifts, the state's low-income communities face barriers to the clean energy economy due to lack of investments and infrastructure. How will energy stakeholders come together to create a modernized electric grid that benefits everyone?
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