E2 has joined Energy Futures Initiative, the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and other organizations to produce the most comprehensive study of clean energy and other energy jobs in America.
This proposal would rollback emissions standards on so-called “glider” trucks that use old and outdated engines that produce 40 times more pollution than modern-day engines--unfairly disadvantaging freight truck companies complying with current standards.
“Congress just sent a signal to the rest of the world not to invest in America’s solar and wind industries—jeopardizing an industry adding jobs 12 times faster than the rest of the economy.
House Tax Reform Bill Attacks Fastest-Growing Jobs Sector, Puts Billions in Business Investments at Risk
“American businesses need confidence and simplicity when dealing with our tax code. Instead, Congress is moving forward with legislation that could seriously jeopardize growth in solar, wind, and clean vehicle jobs by putting billions of manufacturing and construction investments at risk."
The unique Fellowship—made possible through a generous personal donation from Starwood Capital Group CEO, Chairman and 1 Hotels Founder Barry Sternlicht—provides 10 early and mid-career entrepreneurs and business leaders from across the United States $25,000 each to organize and execute projects designed to advance policies that address pressing environmental and clean energy issues.
Top 5 Counties: Clark, Washoe, Carson City, Elko, Douglas; 9.5 Percent Statewide Growth Rate; Authors Available to Discuss Report with Media at National Clean Energy SummitView Press Release PDF
“Rolling back the Clean Power Plan will roll right over the 3 million Americans who now work in solar, wind, energy efficiency and other sectors, and damage our ability to compete with the rest of the world," said E2's Bob Keefe.
Top 10 Counties: Denver, Arapahoe, Jefferson, Adams, Douglas, Boulder, Larimer, Weld, El Paso, Mesa; 6 Percent Statewide Growth Rate in Clean Energy JobsView Press Release PDF
The number of people now working in clean energy industries throughout the Midwest is 599,775, a 5-percent increase since 2015, according to an analysis released today by Clean Energy Trust and E2.View Press Release PDF
Top 10 Counties: Allegheny, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Luzerne, Westmoreland, York; 6 Percent Statewide Growth RateView Press Release PDF