Clean Jobs California | District-By-District
According to an analysis of every California legislative district released by E2 in August 2019, more than 512,000 Californians now work in clean energy industries, and more than $66 billion in public and private clean energy economy investments have been injected into the state. This job growth and investment is driven by California’s climate policies, including its leading Renewables Portfolio Standard and landmark cap-and-trade legislation, which reduces pollution while increasing clean energy production and energy efficiency.
The state’s climate policies also have cut emissions by the equivalent of taking 22 million cars off the road and 57 percent of the $3.4 billion in clean energy investments stemming from cap-and-trade have gone specifically towards benefiting disadvantaged communities around the state.
How to Download: Use the tables below to locate and download all 120 factsheets for every California state legislative district. Each factsheet details out the district-specific jobs and economic impact resulting from California’s climate policies.
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Statewide Jobs Report
For details on clean energy’s statewide impact on jobs in California, including at the county and metro levels, breakdowns for each clean tech subsector, by congressional districts, and information on how the jobs spread across the state’s value chain, visit E2’s Clean Jobs California 2019 report page to download .
U.S. Energy & Employment Report (USEER)
This district-by-district report follows E2’s Clean Jobs America analysis which found the clean energy jobs account for nearly 3.3 million jobs across all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Both reports expand on data from the U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER) produced by the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI) in partnership with the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), using data collected and analyzed by the BW Research Partnership. E2 is a partner on the USEER, the fourth installment of the energy survey first released by the Department of Energy in 2016. Clean energy jobs have grown every year since the first report was released in 2016.
If you are looking for additional insight into E2’s District-by-District | Clean Jobs California 2019 or our other Clean Jobs America reports, visit e2.org/reports. You can also contact E2 Communications Director Michael Timberlake (email@example.com). An FAQ is also available here to answer any questions.
Other Clean Jobs Reports
District-by-District | Clean Jobs California 2019 is only one in a series of state and industry reports produced by E2 and our partners.
- Clean Jobs America 2019 | Nearly 3.3 Million Clean Energy Jobs
- Clean Jobs California 2019 | America’s Clean Energy Economy Juggernaut
- Clean Jobs Midwest 2019 |Region added more than 28,000 clean energy jobs in 2018
- Clean Jobs Nevada 2019 | 32,211 Clean Energy Jobs Across Nevada
- Clean Jobs Massachusetts 2019 | 117,669 Clean Energy Jobs Across Massachusetts
- Clean Jobs New York 2019 | 148,453 Clean Energy Jobs Across Empire State
- Clean Jobs Pennsylvania 2019 | 90,772 Clean Energy Jobs Across the Keystone State
- Clean Jobs New Jersey 2019 |51,852 Clean Energy Jobs Across New Jersey
- Energy Efficiency Jobs in America 2018 | 2.25 Million Americans Work in Energy Efficiency
- Clean Jobs Cities 2018 | America’s Top Cities for Clean Energy Jobs
- Clean Jobs California 2018 | Over 500K Californians Working in Clean Energy
- Clean Jobs Oregon 2018 | 55,179 Clean Energy Jobs Across Oregon
- Clean Jobs Washington 2018 | 82,859 clean energy jobs across Washington State
- Clean Jobs Colorado 2018 | 57,591 Clean Energy Jobs Across Colorado