One at a time, New York apprenticeships and vocational schools are training the thousands of workers needed to meet the state's ambitious clean energy goals.
New York must make a significant workforce investment for the state’s clean energy transition: 200,000 new workers are needed, advocates say.
When trying to incorporate equity into EV programs, simply placing a charger in a disadvantaged community is not enough, speakers said during a Western summit.
New York’s clean energy sector reached record-high employment in 2021, rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic much further than the general workforce.
The U.S. needs up to 58,000 full-time workers to meet the Biden administration’s goal of building 30 GW of offshore wind by 2030, NREL study says.
At its first in-person gathering since the onset the pandemic, WECC convened a forum to learn what keeps members up at night when they think of the future.
WECC continued its focus on threats to the Western grid with a workshop on risk priorities and the first meeting of its new Reliability Risk Committee.
MEI's annual economic development meeting examined the role utilities played in two economic development projects in the service areas of 2 Missouri utilities.
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