October 28th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan
One of the greatest side benefits of climate action is that it creates a lot of jobs. Not only that — it creates a lot of well paying jobs. Solar installers, solar panel manufacturers, wind turbine technicians, electric vehicle engineers, electrical engineers, and the list goes on. But how many jobs? And how well do they pay
March 19th, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill
There are nearly 3.3 million Americans now working in the clean energy industry across every state in the country, according to a new analysis by the national nonpartisan business group E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) published last week, an increase of 3.6%.
September 11th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill
The US energy efficiency industry added more new jobs than any other industry in the country's entire energy sector in 2017, and now employs nearly 2.25 million people according to new figures from E4TheFuture and Environmental Entrepreneurs
September 5th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill
A new report has shown that an average-sized offshore wind farm located off the Atlantic Coast of the United States could result in billions in economic benefits and yield thousands of jobs in states such as New York, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina
August 26th, 2016 | by Sandy Dechert
California stands poised to enact the most ambitious carbon pollution reduction goal on the North American continent for the year [&hellip
June 5th, 2015 | by Silvio Marcacci
America had 1.2 million green jobs open in Q1 2015, according to Ecotech Institute. Here's why that tally could be a bad thing for the clean energy economy
February 3rd, 2015 | by Sponsored Content
North Carolina is fast becoming a national leader in the clean tech industry – creating new jobs, producing innovative new [&hellip
September 2nd, 2014 | by Roy L Hales
Originally Published in the ECOreport The US added another 12,500 jobs during the second quarter. That’s twice as many as [&hellip
March 14th, 2014 | by Silvio Marcacci
America's clean energy economy created nearly 80,000 green jobs across nearly every state in 2013, but overall job growth fell 30% due to uncertain policy
December 4th, 2013 | by Silvio Marcacci
A new report says 15,000 green jobs were created across the US in 3Q 2013, but warns of negative impacts created by the looming wind tax credit expiration
August 30th, 2013 | by Silvio Marcacci
Clean energy and sustainable transportation projects launched this year created nearly 40,000 new green jobs in America during the second quarter of 2013.
From renewables to energy efficiency and public transportation, America’s transition to a clean energy economy is well underway, reports the latest green jobs report from Environmental Entrepreneurs
March 12th, 2013 | by Tina Casey
A new survey from the green business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) has identified more than 300 new clean energy and [&hellip
March 8th, 2013 | by Andrew
Clean energy job growth was broad based geographically and across industry sectors despite opposition and inconsistent support in Congress, according to Environmental Entrepreneurs' clean energy jobs Q4 and 2012 year in review
August 22nd, 2012 | by Andrew
The US clean energy industry continued to create green jobs in this year's second quarter, though looming expiration of the federal tax credit for wind power is already having a dampening effect, according to the latest green jobs study from Environmental Entrepreneurs.
April 24th, 2012 | by Silvio Marcacci
Nearly 140 clean energy projects were announced in the first quarter of 2012, and these projects could create up to 46,000 jobs across the United States.
January 31st, 2012 | by Guest Contributor
On the heels of President Obama’s State of the Union remarks to expand clean energy development, the Interior Department is moving to finalize the nation’s first solar energy program for public lands with the closing of the public comment period today. Over the past 90 days, the Bureau of Land Management has been seeking input on the Supplemental Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (SPEIS) for solar development on public lands in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.
The solar plan has garnered more than 100,000 comments in the past two years from stakeholders across the country advocating for balanced, guided development that would minimize potential impacts on wildlife and sensitive lands, and reduce uncertainty in permitting. Solar companies, major trade associations, utilities and conservation groups also submitted a joint letter to Interior with recommendations to help shape a successful solar program