15,000 U.S. clean energy iobs announced in third quarter

December 2013
Westchester County Business Journal;12/2/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 48, p18
The article focuses on the report of business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) regarding the 15,000 U.S. clean energy jobs in the third quarter of 2013 which could create 1,800 new jobs in New York. It states that more projects announced on average were seen by the state governments with renewable procurement. It mentions that there has been a substantial investment for public transit as well as the solar and wind industries in New York.


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