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New York state governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled the Career Pathway Training Partnerships programme in HVAC technologies.
The US Department of Energy (DoE) has launched three new challenges for building energy efficiency, through its online competition.
New UK energy supplier Rebel Energy says it will leverage artificial intelligence, automation, and a digital workforce to reinvent what it means to be an energy supplier.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced plans to develop the New Jersey Wind Port, an infrastructure investment that will provide a location for essential staging, assembly, and manufacturing activities related to offshore wind projects on the East Coast.
The International Energy Agency has presented it's global COVID-19 recovey plan for the global energy sector, the Sustainable Recovery Plan, which focuses on a series of actions that can be taken over the next three years to revitalise economies and boost employment while making energy systems cleaner and more resilient.
US Congress is currently debating economic stimulus support for the energy industry, and a new analysis of unemployment data shows the biggest part of America’s energy economy – clean energy – lost another 27,000 jobs in May.
A new analysis of US Department of Labor unemployment data indicates that almost 600,000 clean energy industry workers have lost their jobs since the spread of the coronavirus forced an economic shutdown.
The Global Wind Energy Council and Global Wind Organisation’s new report highlights the need for over 77,000 trained on-site workers in six key emerging markets for offshore wind between 2020-2024.
A quarter of US energy storage companies expect to reduce their workforces due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, while more than half are anticipating a loss in revenues, according to a new survey from the US Energy Storage Association.
The US DoE) has announced $4.5 million in training funding for utility professionals who work with distributed energy resources.