Of course I don't believe the air will be selectively cleaned up or that cleaner air now will make up for past transgressions, but cleaner air will benefit everyone regardless of income. My point about Collective Sun is that like Mosaic, they have a low barrier to investing. And they also put solar on places like this: https://www.collectivesun.com/projects/teri
California Shared Renewables is just starting, and I know people who are working to create projects with the intention of benefitting low-income folks.
The trends should be farther along than they are, and the future options should be current. We should have had more support for solar long ago. But given where we are, I'm thankful for the trends.