U.S. Trailing China as Renewable Energy Sector

With worldwide oil supply disruptions  and spiking gas prices, there’s never been a better time to hitch your  wagon to renewable energy.

Worldwide employment in renewable  energy reached 12.7 million last year, a jump of 700,000 new jobs in one  year, despite the lingering effects of COVID-19 and the growing energy crisis.

The report describes how strong domestic markets are vital to anchoring a drive toward clean energy industrialization.

Climate Change Spurs Demand for Local Energy Production

The report shows that an increasing  number of countries are creating jobs in renewables. Almost two-thirds  of all these jobs are in Asia.

China Leads in Renewable Energy Jobs, While U.S. Trails Behind

Already, there are signs that investment in renewables domestically is picking up. 

U.S. Climate Bill Jump Starts Clean Energy Project

The report highlights that the expansion of renewable energy is still in its infancy.

Significant Growth, But More Work to Do

The industry needs support from  holistic policy packages, including training for workers to ensure  decent, high-quality, diverse, and high-paying jobs.

Significant Growth, But More Work to Do

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