New Projects


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Projects By State

Alabama6$1,603,000,000 1,350
Arizona9$250,000,000 2,300
Arkansas2$5,901,000,000 500
California13$1,600,000,000 160
Colorado7$880,000,000 2,382
Connecticut4$24,800,000 100
Florida2$72,000,000 250
Illinois6$2,563,500,000 2,719
Indiana10$2,563,500,000 4222
Maine1$6,000,000 200
Maryland2$14,000,000 205
Massachusetts6$45,700,000 1,041
Minnesota4$155,000,000 700
Mississippi2$2,015,000,000 2,340
Missouri1$100,000,000 250
Nevada6$6,600,000,000 5,250
New Hampshire1$16,300,000 0
New Mexico6$1,243,000,0002,542
New York12$785,000,0002,799
North Carolina 18$19,230,459,0008,868
Oklahoma6$3,650,000,000 1,490
Pennsylvania2$116,100,000 157
Puerto Rico1$0800
Rhode Island1$00
South Carolina24$14,396,900,00013,589
Texas21$7,769,000,000 8,811
Virginia3$45,500,000 149
West Virginia4$1,335,000,000 850
Wisconsin6$242,000,000 262

Projects By Sector

Energy Efficiency1$6,000,000 200
Grid, Transmission and Electrification16$1,809,859,0002,348
Hydrogen16$5,142,800,000 3,338
Semiconductor2$5,375,000,000 1,970
Wind20$2,952,500,000 2,674

Projects By Industry Type


*totals will not match overall figures as some projects are categorized into multiple sectors.

Projects By Congressional District


About This Analysis

This analysis is based on publicly available information for new clean energy projects, expansions, and renewed productions only announced since the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed into law on August 16, 2022. Projects that began development, were proposed, or applied for local and state approval before the passage of the IRA are not included.

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Clean Economy Works | An Economic Impact Analysis of Major Clean Energy Projects Announced In Year One of the Inflation Reduction Act

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In the first year alone following the signing of the IRA, private companies announced investments of at least $86 billion in 210 major clean energy and electric vehicle projects that together are expected to create at a minimum of 75,000 jobs across America, based on publicly available information compiled by E2. When broader economic benefits are factored in, BW’s modeling expects 403,000 new jobs—including nearly 100,000 permanent jobs—would be created and supported throughout the economy, $156 billion added to U.S. GDP, $111 billion in new wages for workers, and more than $32 billion generated in tax revenue for federal, state, and local governments.

Benefits to Rural America from the Inflation Reduction Act: Driving Jobs, Investment, and Economic Resilience

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The positive impacts of the IRA’s historic investment in America’s rural economic growth and resilience are transformative. In its first year, the IRA incentives have spurred 52 major rural manufacturing projects that are projected to create 67,000 rural jobs and nearly $2 billion in worker income, creating viable new career opportunities and revenues to sustain rural communities. In addition to spurring growth, these IRA funds are essential to ensuring that rural America has access to the benefits of the clean economy transition and that our farms and farming communities are more profitable and more resilient. Farmers and rural workers across multiple industries, as well as rural consumers, strongly favor these investments in clean energy, infrastructure, and agricultural resilience. The federal clean economy investments in the IRA position rural communities as leaders in building a thriving 21st century American economy.

Clean Economy Works | IRA One-Year Review

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One year after the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law on August 16, 2022, private industry has announced at least 210 major new clean energy and clean vehicle projects across the country, according to E2’s findings. Based on publicly available information from 178 of the 210 announcements that included new jobs and/or investment estimates, if completed the projects would create at minimum 74,181 new jobs and bring in $86.3 billion in private investments.

Clean Jobs America 2023

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Approximately 127,000 jobs were added across the clean energy economy in 2022, bringing the total number of workers in renewable generation, energy efficiency, clean vehicles, battery and storage, grid modernization, and biofuels to more than 3.3 million. Clean energy now employs over 40 percent of all energy workers in America. It’s a trend that’s expected to continue as the clean energy sector begins to feel the full impact from historic investments passed in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).

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