Texas business leaders aim to shift the state's energy industry toward clean energy, leveraging existing infrastructure.
Executives face challenges convincing local communities to support repurposing energy infrastructure for clean technology.
The Inflation Reduction Act funds projects, prompting urgency in winning over local communities for clean energy initiatives.
Community opposition to infrastructure projects is not solely NIMBYism; it often stems from real concerns, including health impacts.
A shift in community engagement standards is needed for clean technology projects, focusing on genuine involvement and ownership stakes for communities.
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