Across America, states, cities and businesses are leading the way in advancing energy efficiency through smart policies and technologies. The result has been an industry that is leading the nation’s energy economy in job growth—accounting for half of the energy sector’s 2018 job growth— and overall employment, with more than 2.3 million Americans now working at advanced HVAC companies, efficient lighting and appliance manufacturers and in construction companies making our buildings, schools and offices more energy efficient.
Please join E2 and E4TheFuture to learn more about the recently released 2019 Energy Efficiency Jobs in America report — including which states are leading EE job growth, how the industry compares to the nation’s overall energy sector, and how this data is an important tool for advancing smart clean energy legislation in the months and years to come.
Pat Stanton - Director of Policy, E4TheFuture
Philip Jordan - Vice President and Principal, BW Research Partnership (report author)
Bob Keefe - Executive Director, E2