We invite you to dig in, and share. Coming soon: The 2018 updated Energy Efficiency Jobs in America, launching in September.
- See our Energy Efficiency Jobs in America report, for national and state EE employment data. It breaks out EE jobs by metro area and congressional district (based on 2015 data). Ask us for a separate page of any state.
- Planning to meet with a legislator? These state-specific fact sheets are perfect summary documents to print out and leave behind. For selected states: a second version of the fact sheet lists each participant’s Congressional district.
- Watch a 1-minute video “United We Work” that may flip your perception about where EE jobs are located.
- View related jobs per capita comparison by state.
- See campaign examples from Maryland and Pennsylvania.
- View the May 2018 U.S. Energy & Employment Report (based on 2017 data). EE jobs rose in 2017 to 2.25 million. Of all U.S. energy jobs added last year, more than half were in energy efficiency.
- Making the Case for Energy Efficiency
- Learn how Faces of EE originated: “Revealing the Faces of America’s Energy Efficiency Professionals.”
- Steve Cowell blogs: Energy Efficiency Jobs Matter to U.S. and United We Work: Together, a Force for Good.
- Pennsylvania business owners defend national budgets for EE. (2017)
- Georgia weatherization director explains why cutting EE programs would hurt the economy. (2017)
We are gathering “voices of EE” using a planned strategy. We track and measure Faces of EE results over time as we help to make the invisible visible for small and large businesses in the energy efficiency industry.
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Questions? Contact us.