Colorado’s clean energy sector employed 61,179 workers by the end of 2021— an increase of 5.2 percent. The energy efficiency sector continued to lead the field, accounting for 56 percent of all state clean energy jobs, followed by renewable energy and clean...
Pennsylvania’s clean energy economy is growing rapidly across the Commonwealth–revitalizing its job market and boosting it into a position of national leadership, according to a comprehensive analysis of employment data released today by E2.
U.S. businesses announced funding and plans for 21 clean energy projects, expansions, and renewed production across 15 states in February according to E2’s Clean Economy Works February tracking.
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.
New Mexico’s clean energy sector employed 12,014 workers by the end of 2021 an of 8.1% from 2021, the highest rate of job growth in the country. This strong growth was mainly driven by increase in clean fuels and clean vehicle jobs.
Chicago is home to more than 12,000 workers engaged in work directly related to making Chicago’s building sector cleaner and more efficient. This workforce includes workers who replace old insulation in the attics of single-family homes, fit new pipes for g...