New report: more than 105000 clean energy jobs in Ohio – Press Publications Inc.

The number of people now working in clean energy industries throughout Ohio is 105,443 people, a more than four percent increase since 2015, according to an analysis released today by Clean Energy Trust (CET) and the national nonpartisan business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2). Job growth across sectors including … [Read more...]

Schneider Electric expands clean energy network to Europe – Power Engineering International

Schneider Electric is expanding the reach of its New Energy Opportunities Network, a growing community of corporations committed to buying and developing renewable energy and cleantech around the world. The network was launched in the US last year and has attracted companies such as AEG, Equinix, VF Corporation, BiC, Danone and … [Read more...]

Bergen recognized as ‘Clean Energy Community’ – The Daily News Online

'); //--> ARTICLE OPTIONS BERGEN – A commitment to cut costs and reduce energy consumption has earned the village of Bergen the designation as a Clean Energy Community by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. According to Mayor Anna Marie Barclay, the designation recognizes Bergen’s … [Read more...]

Minnesota’s clean energy jobs grew 3.8 times faster than overall job growth –

In the last 12 months, Minnesota’s clean energy industry grew by 5.3 percent, adding 2,893 jobs — 3.8 times faster than overall job growth in the state. Despite the rapid growth that has already occurred, clean energy technology continues to present a significant opportunity for business and job growth. “This … [Read more...]

Ulysses Earns Clean Energy Community Designation –

After completing four out of 10 high-impact items on a list, the Town of Ulysses is the first town in the Southern Tier to earn a Clean Energy Community Designation from NYSERDA, making the municipality eligible to apply for $100,000 in grant money. The grant money is provided through the NYSERDA Clean Energy Fund and the … [Read more...]

Air Products, Lu’An Clean Energy To Form $1.3 Bln JV – Quick Facts – Nasdaq

Allentown Morning CallAir Products, Lu'An Clean Energy To Form $1.3 Bln JV - Quick FactsNasdaq( - Air Products ( APD ) announced it has signed an agreement to form a $1.3 billion joint venture with Lu'An Clean Energy Co. The new joint venture, to be called Air Products Lu'an (Changzhi) Co., Ltd., will own and operate … [Read more...]

Clean energy, yes, but without job losses – Pueblo Chieftain

Pueblo ChieftainClean energy, yes, but without job lossesPueblo ChieftainXcel's plan to retire Units 1 and 2 at Comanche earlier than planned gives us an opportunity to lead the state and even the country in the development of new clean energy jobs. We also have an opportunity to improve the air we breathe after the 40-plus … [Read more...]

Report: Missouri sees strong growth in ‘clean energy’ jobs | Business … –

STLtoday.comReport: Missouri sees strong growth in 'clean energy' jobs | Business ...STLtoday.comCoal is still king in Missouri, accounting for nearly 80 percent of electricity generation statewide, but a newly released jobs report shows the galloping momentum ...Clean energy jobs see growth in North Dakota, Minnesota | … [Read more...]

Md. Leaders Announce New Clean Energy Jobs Campaign – Afro American

Md. Leaders Announce New Clean Energy Jobs CampaignAfro American“We call on the Maryland General Assembly to double our goals for renewable energy during the 2018 session so we can save lives and transition our energy sector away from harmful fossil fuels and toward a clean energy economy,” said Public … [Read more...]

Kingston lawmakers commit city to clean energy, support of Paris climate accord – The Daily Freeman

Kingston lawmakers commit city to clean energy, support of Paris climate accordThe Daily FreemanKINGSTON, N.Y. >> City lawmakers adopted a memorializing resolution calling on Kingston to commit to 100 percent clean energy by the year 2050 and to continue to support the principles of the Paris climate agreement. The Common … [Read more...]