In 2020, Nevada renewable energy employment was projected to increase by 4.3 percent, adding about 1,500 jobs – a rate almost twice as fast as the overall economy grew in 2019. However, an analysis by E2 Clean Jobs America, a business group, shows that 11 percent of the pre-covid clean energy workforce who lost their jobs due to the pandemic are still unemployed.

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