Economic Development Opportunities in Clean Energy: May 2017 Update

Helping local chambers of commerce and their member companies navigate and prosper in the clean energy space

The Fastest-growing Occupation in the U.S. Might Surprise You

Wind turbine technicians earn an average of $51,000 a year, and the number of projected new jobs in this field is likely to more than double between 2014 and 2024. More.

A Coal Museum In Kentucky Just Went Solar for One Simple Reason

The move is expected to save $8,000 to $10,000 in energy costs, boost local economy. More.

Watch: New England Launches the Nation's First Offshore Wind Farm

A new HBO series showcases how the Northeast is leading competition for offshore wind development in the U.S. Local chambers are watching, and helping! More.

One of the Biggest Companies in the World Plans to Use 100% Renewable Energy in Less Than a Decade

Anheuser-Busch InBev, among the top 100 largest companies in the world according to Forbes, says it just "makes business sense." More.

Today's Energy Jobs Are in Solar, Not Coal

This New York Times graphic shows that the solar industry employed twice a many people as the coal industry in 2016. It also reports that the primary reason for the decline in coal jobs is the rise in natural gas. More.

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