Clean energy now employs about 3.3 million Americans.
That’s more Americans than work as school teachers, as waiters and waitresses – and about three times as many Americans than work in oil, gas, coal and other fossil fuel industries.
Please join E2 to learn about the findings of the recently released 2019 US Energy Employment Report (USEER) and E2’s new 2019 Clean Jobs America report, which is based on the USEER findings.
In addition to learning about state rankings and industry breakdowns for jobs in renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean vehicles, energy storage and other sectors, you’ll learn new details about demographics and salary information for these positions, along with hiring predictions and other relevant information.
We’ll also discuss the importance of state and federal policies to keep these jobs growing, and how E2 is using this data to help advance policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment on Capitol Hill and in state capitals across the country.Wednesday, March 20, 2019 1:30 – 2:30 PM Eastern Yes, I will participate or No, I cannot participate
Dial-in information will be provided immediately upon registration. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Embury at [email protected].Speakers:David Foster Distinguished Associate, Energy Futures Initiative (USEER co-author)
Philip Jordan Vice President & Principal, BW Research Partnership (USEER co-author)
Pat Stanton Director of Policy, E4 The Future
Moderated by Bob Keefe, E2 Executive Director