Renewable Energy Job Boom Creating Economic Opportunity

States formerly reliant on coal and other fossil fuels are seeing a surge in renewable energy employment as a new “Clean Jobs America” report announces that 3.26 million Americans were employed in the green energy sector in 2018, according to a recent Forbes article. There are now three people working in clean energy—with solar topping the list, at 335,000 employees nationwide—for every one person employed in fossil fuels. Read more →

Latest US Study Finds New Wind and Solar Cheaper than Coal

Three-quarters of America’s coal plants are now more costly to operate than the price of replacing them with new wind and solar. That’s according to a recent report on InsideClimate. News based on a new analysis published by Vibrant Clean Energy and Energy Innovation. For those following economic and energy trends over the last decade, this isn’t so much news as confirmation of what was expected—with numbers making the case for renewable energy better than ever. Read more →