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Donald Trump, Renewable energy, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Energy policy, Economics, Petroleum

Future Of Energy

On Nov 2, 2020
@SEIA shared
Clean energy = quality, well-paying jobs | #TheSolarDecade https://t.co/b6SPbcvQwT
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Clean energy jobs pay 25 percent more than the national median wage

Clean energy jobs pay 25 percent more than the national median wage

Despite industry slowdowns, the economic outlook of clean energy remains positive.

On Nov 2, 2020
@NobleIdeas shared
In today’s @StribOpinion, @ericpasi has an op-Ed on why clean energy can help us rebuild right from the COVID economy. See too, his new book, @CleanWaveBook. https://t.co/PiPuRQEHxA
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Investments in clean energy address challenges of climate change, income gap, COVID-19

Investments in clean energy address challenges of climate change, income gap, COVID-19

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On Oct 28, 2020
@PVSolarReport shared
Election 2020: For DOE, staffing, renewables spending, transparency at stake Nov. 3, analysts say | Utility Dive https://t.co/6TOSLymtF1
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Election 2020: For DOE, staffing, renewables spending, transparency at stake Nov. 3, analysts say

Election 2020: For DOE, staffing, renewables spending, transparency at stake Nov. 3, analysts say

A Biden administration could refocus the U.S. Department of Energy on clean energy, transparency and environmental justice. Under Trump, expect more of the same push for deregulation. 

On Oct 29, 2020
@NobleIdeas shared
RT @insideclimate: Despite President Trump and others treating the moment like a slip up, Joe Biden saying he would transition the U.S. toward renewable energy during the presidential debate was no political gaffe. The latest Inside Clean Energy by @DanGearino: https://t.co/2jVnLPFE6l
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Inside Clean Energy: Biden’s Oil Industry Comments Were Not a Political Misstep

Inside Clean Energy: Biden’s Oil Industry Comments Were Not a Political Misstep

Republicans thought they could use the Democratic candidate’s remarks to scare voters in states like Texas and Pennsylvania. Surveys suggest they were wrong.

On Oct 30, 2020
@NobleIdeas shared
RT @FreshEnergy: Job alert! Fresh Energy is seeking a Policy Assoc on our Energy Access and Equity team. This position will support and sometimes lead on advocacy related to our strategic imperative to ensure an equitable and just energy transition. Please share widely! https://t.co/ErgjpyZbGH
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Job Posting | Policy Associate, Energy Access and Equity

Job Posting | Policy Associate, Energy Access and Equity

Are you the type of person who has an interest in advancing regulatory and legislative advocacy in clean energy with a focus on equity and access?

On Oct 28, 2020
@cleantechnica shared
Cleantech Creates Higher Paying Jobs — Millions Of Them https://t.co/jcS0ggQ2lu
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Cleantech Creates Higher Paying Jobs — Millions Of Them

Cleantech Creates Higher Paying Jobs — Millions Of Them

One of the greatest side benefits of climate action is that it creates a lot of jobs. Not only that — it creates a lot of well paying jobs. Solar installers, solar panel manufacturers, wind ...

On Oct 28, 2020
@PVSolarReport shared
One size does not fit all female residential solar adopters – pv magazine USA https://t.co/P4C4DObb1N
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One size does not fit all female residential solar adopters

One size does not fit all female residential solar adopters

Solar marketing has a gender gap, says Matthew Hirsch, chief marketing officer at TerraCurrent. To sharpen its messaging toward women, the industry needs to consider the various social ...

On Oct 29, 2020
@SPGMI_Energy shared
After a 1-2 punch of international price wars and COVID-19 economic fallout, the US oil industry is flat on its back. Does it have the juice to rally? Our shale reporters dig in: https://t.co/h37qaeV2J6 https://t.co/WimM3dnWVP
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Knocked out by COVID-19, does US oil and gas have the juice to rally again?

Knocked out by COVID-19, does US oil and gas have the juice to rally again?

The current wave of M&A is the historical reaction to oil patch busts echoing back to John D. Rockefeller. After burning through billions, can the industry muster enough financing and ...