The Southeast Has an Energy Problem, and Minorities Are Hit the Hardest

Read the full story in Pacific Standard.

Energy poverty has become so severe in the Southeast that many households pay 600 percent more of their annual income on energy than the national average. In Memphis, the community is banding together to fight back.

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