Ohio ranks 3rd in region for clean energy employment

More than 3,700 workers in the Mahoning Valley and 108,000 workers statewide are employed in the clean energy industry, a report from Clean Energy Trust and Environmental Enterprises finds, according to a recent article in The Business Journal. Those numbers placed the state third “in the 12-state region highlighted in the ‘Clean Jobs Midwest’ report.” Energy efficiency is the “top clean energy sector in the state,” employing 79,653; clean vehicles ranked second with “just over 14,000 employed,” according to the article. The study found “employers project 5.5% job growth in 2018.” Environmental Entrepreneurs spokesperson Micaela Preskill said in a release, “[w]ith further investment and smart state policy, clean jobs will continue [to] power Ohio’s economy into the next decade.” For more, read the full article, including a link to the full report.

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