Skyscrapers reach for greener energy goals
Clean energy jobs in Illinois nearing 100,000: study
In the Midwest, farmers leading the way on solar power
By reducing energy costs, real estate property managers can lower rents and increase profit margins, while suppliers can help grow the Illinois economy by adding jobs.
By training carpenters in Elk Grove Village, Ill., workers not only save building owners money -- they also learn valubale job skills.
Brookings fact sheet detailing clean job growth and wages in Illinois: Sizing the Clean Economy in Illinois.
Advanced Energy Economy Institute’s information on Illinois’ existing energy sector: AEEI: Employment in Illinois’s Advanced Energy Industry.
The U.S. Department of Energy has compiled an EIA State Profile on energy generation and consumption. It also publishes specific data on renewable energy projects and policies at Clean Energy in My State.
CleanEnergyWorksForUs.org is a project of Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)