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VC invests in Big Navajo Energy for H2 production on native land

The Arizona-based renewables developer is expanding its ability to produce hydrogen on native land.

Brown Venture Group has invested in Big Navajo Energy, a Navajo-owned and operated company focused on development and deployment of clean energy solutions for tribal and rural communities, according to a news release.

Big Navajo, founded in 2012 and Navajo-owned, is expanding its ability to produce hydrogen from natural resources on native lands for transport to customers on and off tribal land and rural communities.

Brown is a black-owned venture capital firm formed to fund Indigenous, Black, and Latinx technology entrepreneurs.

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