2020 Energy Efficiency Jobs In America
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Energy efficiency workers are a huge and important part of America’s workforce. Investing in efficiency is proven to be effective for economic recovery.
–Steve Cowell, President, E4TheFuture
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About This Report
The 2019 job numbers come from the national 2020 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER), which focuses on all energy jobs. The USEER analyzes data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) to track employment across many energy production, transmission, and distribution subsectors. In addition, the 2020 USEER relies on a unique supplemental survey of 25,000 business representatives across the U.S. Created and conducted by BW Research and approved by the Office of Management and Budget and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), this survey is used to identify energy-related employment within key subsectors of the broader industries as classified by the BLS and to assign them into their component energy and energy efficiency sectors. Numbers for 2020 come from BLS data analysis by BW Research and U.S. Dept. of Labor unemployment weekly summaries, used to calculate the labor impacts for the month.
For questions regarding this report, see the Energy Efficiency Jobs in America FAQ or contact E4TheFuture or E2 directly. For monthly analyses of job losses in the clean energy sector by BW Research, see their COVID-19 page, E2’s Reports page or E4TheFuture’s News page.
E4TheFuture is dedicated to bringing clean, efficient energy home for every American and promotes energy solutions to advance climate protection and economic fairness. Visit www.E4TheFuture.org
About Our Partners
BW Research Partnership is a full-service, economic and workforce research consulting firm with offices in Carlsbad, California and Wrentham, Massachusetts. It is the nation’s leading provider of accurate, comprehensive energy and clean energy research studies, including the United States Energy and Employment Report (USEER), National Solar Jobs Census, wind industry analyses for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Natural Resources Defense Council, and state-level clean energy reports for Massachusetts, New York, Illinois, Vermont, Iowa, Rhode Island, Florida, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Missouri, among others.