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Newsflash: Better Fuel Efficiency is Good For Jobs

, research and deputy director, Clean Vehicles

Keeping the fuel standards strong is the best way to help grow jobs and support our economy.  Investing in technology advancement in the auto industry and saving consumers money on fuel – both outcomes of clean car standards – help to create jobs and make our economy stronger. Read more >

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Where Are the Solar Jobs? New Resource Can Tell You

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

A new tool from The Solar Foundation breaks down the latest solar jobs numbers by state, metropolitan area, county, and congressional district, and looks at who makes up the solar industry. Here’s a taste of what those numbers say, and why they matter.

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Despite Rhetoric, Coal Jobs Not Set to Increase in the Future

, senior energy analyst

Given the administration’s rhetoric around coal, you’d think that the president sprinkles coal dust on his breakfast cereal each morning. That’s not true—well… at least as far as I know, anyway—but the problem is that there is a great deal of misinformation out there around coal (and honestly, on a whole lot of other issues too). Read more >

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Wind Keeps Creating Jobs, Even as We Pull Out of Paris

, director of energy research, Clean Energy

President Trump announced last week that he was pulling the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement because, he said, it would impose “draconian financial and economic burdens” on the US. This classic fossil fuel industry rhetoric of pitting the economy against the environment (in this case the climate and future of our planet) has been proven time and time again to be a false choice. The latest, impressive US wind industry results show that more clearly than ever. Read more >

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Trucks and Buses: The Next Frontier in Electric Vehicles

, vehicles analyst

Today, I am happy to announce the release of a new report that UCS co-authored with The Greenlining Institute on heavy-duty electric trucks and buses in California. Read more >

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