Building climate resiliency in Nashville, TN and Denmark, SC

AUSTELL, Ga. - GeorgiaChron -- Today, two new participants have been added to the Accelerate Climate Resiliency and Renewable Energy @ HBCUs Initiative known as ACRRE @ HBCUs. These institutions join Xavier University, the first ACRRE HBCU. ACRRE will continue taking in participants on a rolling basis until 40 HBCUs are reached. To find out more, please visit

And it is with full hearts that we congratulate, Fisk University and Denmark Technical College. Like Xavier University, these institutions demonstrated a strong interest in becoming resilient and green and the team saw that our program could have a significant impact on the university, its students, and the neighboring community. To celebrate Fisk and Denmark with us, visit our facebook site at

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ACRRE @ HBCUs has over 30 BIPoC-led firms on its platform that are committed to developing an energy resilient center on each campus, lowering electricity costs by up to 50% for HBCUs, and providing EV infrastructure including revenue share opportunities.

GPV estimates that the overall program of 40 universities will save approximately $2 billion over 25 years with an added benefit of increased resiliency.

Reginald Parker

Source: Optimal Technology Corporation

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