Providing affordable, lasting energy for future generations is imperative, Lucy Stolzenburg said.

“Electricity is important to break the cycle of poverty,” said Stolzenburg, executive director of the Texas Solar Energy Society. “If kids don’t have lights, they can’t study.”

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