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Environmental Entrepreneurs
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IMT Nov 19
The fourth annual offers an in-depth look at the sector that still employs over two million Americans and has vast potential for growth. See how your state is doing:
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 19
REPORT: Energy Efficiency led US energy sector job growth in 2019, is America's best bet to drive the sector's recovery in 2021. 28% of all energy jobs are now in , 2X more than fossil fuels.
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Alliance To Save Energy Nov 19
Just-released Jobs in America report from and reveals over 320,000 EE workers have lost their jobs due to , erasing 5 yrs of job growth. These workers need help from Washington to get efficiency moving again.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 17
Fossil fuel companies and CEOs lined up for bailouts during stimulus negotiations, while almost half a million workers have lost their jobs. It’s time for to pass . by investing in society's long-term interests.
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E4TheFuture Nov 17
This week! 4th annual will reveal stats for jobs in all 50 states + DC. Drilldown by metro area, county, and state / congressional districts, plus wage & demographic data, and stimulus effects, & comparisons by energy sector.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 16
Despite major industry setbacks from , 2020 could still be record year for U.S. installations. Led by Texas and Oklahoma, 23GW of wind capacity is set come online by December, nearly double 2012's record 13.2GW.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 13
Georgia (30%) and Kentucky (28%) remain the states hardest hit by unemployment in the economy. More than 40 states still suffer double-digit unemployment with 23 states adding fewer than 200 jobs in October.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 12
U.S. jobs grew below 0.9% for 4th straight month in Oct., leaving 13% of workforce unemployed. At current pace it would take 18+ months to reach pre-COVID employment (3.4M) & 23 months to meet projected 2020 job growth
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Gregory Wetstone Nov 12
The pace of recovery of renewable energy jobs lost due to is far too slow. Our new analysis with & shows October was the fourth straight month of clean energy jobs growing by less than 1%.
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Environment New Jersey Nov 12
Jobs in the burgeoning renewable and sector can pay up to 25 percent more than the national median wage and are more likely to come with health insurance and retirement benefits, according to a new study by .
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 12
NEW: Clean energy added fewer than 24,000 jobs in October, leaving 454,000 workers still unemployed. 3 out of 4 workers who lost their jobs at beginning of the pandemic remain out of work.
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Jennifer Granholm Nov 8
A low-carbon recovery plan will help Michigan create good jobs, build resilience against future shocks and support its middle class. Leading businesses in Michigan agree. Read my latest op-ed in the :
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Nov 2
Common occupations – such as electrician, construction laborer, welder – typically pay premiums when theyre in . Electricians in clean energy make a median $29.64/hr, ~$2.60 more than electricians overall. Learn more about Clean Energy wages:
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Bob Keefe Oct 31
As we build back, this is one way to build back better - with better paying jobs.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Oct 30
"Jobs in Pennsylvania related to fracking and ancillary industries such as engineering services grew 5% between 2014 and 2019 to 104K...In the same period, renewables-related jobs leapt 85%, to 91K" via
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Bob Keefe Oct 30
Important piece from the WSJ: “Jobs in Penn­syl­va­nia re­lated to frack­ing and an­cil­lary in­dustries such as en­gi­neer­ing ser­vices grew 5% be­tween 2014 and 2019 ...in the same pe­riod, re­new­ables-re­lated jobs leapt 85%...”
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Oct 29
Renewable and clean energy sectors pay more than other jobs and despite industry slowdowns, the economic outlook of clean energy remains positive.
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NRDC Action Fund Oct 28
A new first-of-its-kind report from shows that clean energy jobs are good jobs with benefits and higher wages than jobs in coal, natural, gas and petroleum fuels. We need to power our recovery with clean energy jobs.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Oct 28
Not only do clean energy jobs pay higher wages than the national median (by 25%), they were also growing faster than total U.S. employment before . America's 3.3 million workforce is an economic juggernaut.
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Environmental Entrepreneurs Oct 27
A: The one that had been growing employment the fastest before .
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