Clean energy is powering job growth in America. Clean jobs count: Nearly 3.2 million Americans now go to work each and every day in solar, wind, energy efficiency, clean vehicles and other clean energy jobs.
Illinois’ clean energy economy is clearly thriving.
But where is all this economic activity happening?
That’s exactly what E2 — along with our partners at FracTracker Alliance — attempted to find out with this interactive map showing the location of more than 1,000 clean energy businesses across the state as well as sites where renewable energy is generated.
Zoom-in for a look for a look at Michigan’s growing clean energy economy with E2 and FracTracker Alliance’s interactive map of the state’s clean energy businesses, current renewable energy projects, and potential for future wind, geothermal, and solar power generation in the Great Lakes State.
See where more than 66,000 Coloradans now work in clean energy in the 2017 Clean Jobs Colorado report from E2 and Colorado-based Energy Efficiency Business Coalition (EEBC). Clean energy employment grew by 6 percent from the previous year.
Check out an interactive map of clean energy businesses in the Empire State, including those in solar, wind, energy efficiency, geothermal, and electric vehicles from E2, New Yorkers for Clean Power, the Alliance for Clean Energy New York and FracTracker Alliance.
Explore the interactive Clean Jobs Midwest website and the 2017 Clean Jobs Midwest report to learn more about the 600,000 clean energy jobs in the 12-state region. Led by energy efficiency, Midwest clean energy jobs grew about five times faster than jobs in other sectors, according to research by E2 and Clean Energy Trust.
Take a closer look into the economic importance of clean energy in Pennsylvania with the 2017 Clean Jobs Pennsylvania report by E2 and Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA), our clean energy map, and other resources.