As Trump continues to nominate people who will make fossil fuels great again, another group of billionnaires are making it clear that their vote is for clean energy.
Regardless of what his administration does, multiple efforts are underway in the US and around the world.
Programs are expanding that bring solar energy to vets and low- and middle-income families.
The US, Canada and Mexico agreed to reach 50% clean energy in 9 years, among other great advancements together.
For the first time, an agreement has been signed to replace a nuclear plant entirely with renewable energy, rather than turning to fossil fuels.
People that want to own a solar system or do efficiency upgrades can get low financing rates through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The Summit ended with commitments to deploy at least 1.3 gigawatts of energy storage in the next five years, an investment of about $1 billion.
This summer, people will knock on doors in 19 states to let them know this isn't a pipe dream.
By 2020, homeowners will own the majority of solar systems.
Warren Buffet's MidAmerican Energy is planning a 2 gigawatt wind project in Iowa, the largest in the US.