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E4theFuture Report: Energy Efficiency Jobs in America

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Overview

See data for each state in E4TheFuture's report that provides details for energy efficiency jobs, the largest portion of the overall U.S. clean energy workforce.

Good news! A stronger workforce is coming. Already, nearly 2.2 million Americans are employed by the energy efficiency sector. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) bring historic investments in efficiency to all sectors of the U.S. economy.

The new Energy Efficiency Jobs in America report provides details for energy efficiency jobs, the largest portion of the overall U.S. clean energy workforce. The federal government is unlocking billions of dollars for efficiency investments in buildings via rebates and tax credits. These commitments spark private-sector investment and confirm efficiency’s vital role in the economy.

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