October 20, 2011

Why Capitol Hill is Stiffling Clean Energy Job Growth

Nathanael Greene, The Daily Energy Report

Ben Lack:

Clean energy jobs is at the top of the discussion board for folks working on capital hill right now. Can you give me the argument as to why clean energy jobs should be in the discussion of how the US ultimately should be getting out of recession?


Nathanael Greene:I think the critical context for people to bear in mind around the jobs discussion is that, I would go a little bit broader than clean energy. I would say Cleantech jobs are really a huge bright spot in our economy right now. We’ve got more people in the Cleantech...
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