HOW CLEAN ENERGY LEADERSHIP DRIVES JOB GROWTH

Led by one of the nation’s strongest solar and wind energy markets, E2’s 2018 Clean Jobs Colorado report finds there are nearly 58,000 clean energy jobs in Colorado across all 64 counties — including more jobs in renewable energy than all but 6 U.S. states.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Energy Efficiency Jobs – 32,036
  • Renewable Energy Jobs – 17,254
  • Solar Jobs – 7,819
  • Wind Jobs – 7,320
  • Energy Storage Jobs – 3,469
  • Clean Vehicle Jobs – 2,713
  • TOTAL Colorado Clean Energy Jobs – 57,591

LOOKING FOR MORE INFO?

If you are looking for additional insight into E2’s Clean Jobs Colorado or our other Clean Jobs America reports, visit e2.org/reports or see Clean Jobs Count for a full interactive jobs breakdown of every U.S. state and clean energy industry. You can also contact E2 Communications Director Michael Timberlake (mtimberlake@e2.org). An FAQ is also available here to answer any questions.

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