While 2021 saw fossil fuels jobs decline by more than 35,000, the clean energy and clean vehicle subsectors regained about 156,000 positions, according to a report from climate advocacy group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2). “Expanding clean energy and clean transportation is simply a bipartisan win for our economy,” said E2 Executive Director Bob Keefe. “This data shows clean energy jobs are not red state jobs or blue state jobs – they’re red, white and blue jobs.”

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Report: Energy efficiency remains energy industry’s largest workforce, employing 2.2 million Americans

New analysis unveils state and county level employment data; 99 percent of U.S. counties are home to energy efficiency workers WASHINGTON — Nearly 2.2 million Americans now work in energy efficiency —more than any other sector of the U.S. energy industry, ...


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E2: Over 125 Business Leaders Call on Mayor Lightfoot to Act on Building Decarbonization

Over 125 business leaders call on Mayor Lori Lightfoot to act on electrifying and decarbonizing Chicago’s buildings, in a letter to be delivered to the Mayor this afternoon by business groups E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) and Illinois Green Alliance. E2 ...


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E2: USPS Finally Delivers on Clean Vehicles

WASHINGTON – In a welcome about-face, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) announced that it plans to significantly increase its purchases of electric delivery vehicles and move towards creating one of the largest electric vehicle fleets in the nation. Boosted by...


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