Americans are looking to clean renewable energy because it provides so many of the solutions people are looking for—jobs, environmental protection, reliability, security.
The lastest Solar Census shows a 20 percent gain in U.S. solar jobs, many in the installation sector, where the average hourly wage is nearly $24 an hour.
Closing the so-called Clean Trillion gap is only possible if businesses, investors and policymakers join forces.
President Obama paid a visit to North Carolina this week in a nod to its developing cleantech economy.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced US$210 million in funding for the NY Green Bank to help clean energy deployment.
Vestas announces new contracts to supply wind turbines, and puts out a call for new workers at its Colorado blade and nacelle factories.
A new green industrial revolution—driven by a variety of concerns and opportunities—is gathering steam across the globe, but are we leading in it or following?