"Only rich people got solar, not a poor old blackfella like me," says Tennant Creek resident and Warumungu traditional owner Norman Jupurrurla Frank.
Across the Northern Territory, remote and regional communities are being left behind as the gap between those stuck on expensive diesel-power and cheap renewable energy widens.
Frank wants to see more solar in his community. "I wish I had something like that on my roof. And if we get solar on every house in town and get our own mob trained up, there's an opportunity for our people to learn to use and set up solar systems."
Watch the Warumungu language version of our campaign video:
From large-scale solar farms to family-owned local solar installers, the Northern Territory's solar industry is generating jobs, boosting the local economy and supplying Territorian businesses and households with local and affordable power. Learn about the incredible Territorians driving the solar transition in our series: Solar stories from the Territory.