Clean energy jobs have continued to plug into Missouri’s workforce with thousands of new jobs created in the sector last year, a new report states. Clean Jobs Midwest 2022, the latest iteration of an annual report that examines the growth of the clean energy sector across 12 states in the Midwest, found the sector added 2,800 new employees in the Show-Me State by the end of 2021, bringing the sector up to 54,397 workers in Missouri. That 5.5 percent growth nearly doubled the growth rate of the overall economy, according to the report.

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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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