A new sustainable energy initiative in Southern California, according to Timothy Simon, CEO of the California African American Chamber of Commerce, is an “amazing opportunity” for Black entrepreneurs.
Simon, a former Commissioner of the California Public Utilities Commission and an attorney, says he hopes to see more Black entrepreneurs and businesses participate in the developing green economy.
The Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) announced a proposal last Thursday to build green hydrogen infrastructure in the greater Los Angeles area, the first step in a bigger statewide plan to help replace fossil fuels by 2035.
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Black Tech Pioneer Edward Chow, who overcame racism to build one of the largest data computing firms IN L.A. dies at 83
Edward Chow, an Army veteran and Black-owned tech founder who founded his company in Los Angeles in the 1960s, passed away at the age of 83. According to the Kansas