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States Given Authority to Drive U.S. Clean Vehicle Economy Forward

The standards require that half of all heavy trucks sold in the state must be all-electric by 2035. EPA’s approval also reaffirms California’s authority to determine its own path toward a clean vehicle-driven economy and other states’ ability to follow suit.

Federal, Los Angeles, San Diego, Northern California


California’s Offshore Wind Opportunity

Development of floating offshore wind in California could create nearly 175,000 jobs, add $45 billion to the state’s economy, and produce 4.6 GW of wind energy.


E2: New California Rule on Clean Vehicles Smart for the Economy

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is expected to adopt the Advanced Clean Cars II (ACII) regulation, which requires all new cars and trucks sold in California to be zero-emission vehicles beginning in 2035. The rule builds on California’s legacy of ...


California Oil Spill Now Threatening Businesses, Jobs and Billions Generated By Coastal Economies

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA - With new forecasts raising fears that the growing Southern California oil spill could soon reach more coastal areas, organizations representing thousands of ocean economy businesses redoubled calls for Congress to immediately and perm...


Clean Jobs California 2021

Driven by the unforeseeable impact of last year’s pandemic and resulting economic crisis, California experienced its first decline in clean energy jobs in 2020 since E2 began tracking such occupations. California’s clean energy economy employed about 480,00...


District-By-District | Clean Jobs California 2021

Clean Jobs California | District-By-District According to E2’s analysis, as of 2021 more than 484,000 Californians worked in clean energy and more than $102 billion in public and private clean energy related investments have been injected into the state....

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E2: NJ Adopts Zero-Emission Vehicle Standards, Targets 100% of New Car Sales by 2035

“By making cleaner vehicles more available to local consumers, the state is investing in a cleaner future and its zero-emission vehicle market, which has continued to grow and create high-quality, local jobs. Over the last two years, employment in New Jerse...



REPORT: 12,700 Clean Energy Jobs in New Mexico, Growth Led Clean Vehicles

New Mexico is the fifth fastest-growing state for clean energy jobs as the state’s workforce increased 6 percent in 2022 to support nearly 12,700 workers or about 1 out of every 5 energy jobs in the state, according to a new analysis released today by the n...

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E2: 2 Years In, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investing Billions Advancing US Clean Energy, Competitiveness

“The Bipartisan Infrastructure Act is hint of what we can achieve when we work together. From electrifying our school bus fleets to building out EV charging networks this law is delivering cost savings for communities, cleaner air for kids and lower emissio...


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