Clean Energy Jobs in NC and Clean Energy as a Recovery Mechanism from COVID-19
NCSEA and E2 are set to release a report detailing the size and economic importance of the clean energy industry in North Carolina in 2019. Last year, more than 110,000 North Carolinians worked in clean energy, making the state No. 9 in the country for jobs in solar, energy efficiency and other clean energy sectors. Unfortunately, clean energy jobs took a hit along with many other parts of our economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join NCSEA and E2 to hear more details about the state of clean energy jobs in our state; how clean energy is uniquely positioned to help lead North Carolina’s – and the nation’s - economic recovery.
- John Hardin, Executive Director at Office of Science, Technology & Innovation, North Carolina Dept of Commerce
- Bob Keefe, Executive Director, Environmental Entrepreneurs
- Ivan Urlaub, Chief, Strategy & Innovation, NCSEA