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E2: Climate Change Will Cost Oregon Billions Annually

E2’s compendium of leading research – “Oregon: Changing Climate, Economic Impacts, and Policies for our Future” – is a new, first-of-its-kind resource for businesses, entrepreneurs, and policymakers. In addition to examining the economic threat climate change poses to Oregon, the report highlights the economic benefits and job opportunities that can be created by deploying more clean energy.

Clean energy is working for Pennsylvania

More than 66,000 Pennsylvanians now work in renewable energy, energy efficiency and related fields — including more than 13,000 in Pittsburgh alone, according to a just-released study by the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance and E2.

Clean energy jobs up 15 percent in Pennsylvania

A new report counts 66,000 clean-energy related jobs in Pennsylvania, up 15 percent from the last study published two years ago. “If Pennsylvania wants to keep these clean energy jobs going, it has to do something about it,” said E2’s Bob Keefe.

Featured Video: StraightUp Solar in Illinois and Missouri

In Illinois, Missouri, and across the Midwest, the Clean Power Plan will help create jobs at companies like StraightUp Solar in St. Louis, where employees include a veteran and a former underground coal miner who's now a crew leader installing solar arrays on commercial and residential rooftops.
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By learning from young professionals in industries like wind, solar and energy efficiency, Clean Power Players can help recent college graduates and millennials chart their own course toward success in clean energy.