Governor Dayton, CEEM to unveil new report that details job growth in Minnesota’s clean energy sector, examines future trends
ST. PAUL, MINN. – Governor Mark Dayton and Clean Energy Economy MN (CEEM) will unveil the third annual Clean Jobs Midwest Report on Wednesday, August 8 at 11:00 a.m. The Governor will be joined by clean energy businesses to speak about the economic gains this fast-growing industry has made in the past year and how it’s transforming both Minnesota’s energy systems and economy. Governor Dayton will also discuss the data in the report and what it means for the future of clean energy in Minnesota.
Review last year’s jobs report here.
WHO: Governor Mark Dayton, CEEM, clean energy business leaders including IPS Solar based in Roseville, Trane based in the Twin Cities, and Blattner Energy based in Avon, MN.
WHAT: The 2018 Clean Jobs Midwest Report examines how Minnesota and 11 other Midwest states stack up when it comes to adding jobs in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and electric vehicles, clean fuels and advanced grid.
WHEN: Wednesday, August 8 at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Governor’s Reception Room, Minnesota State Capitol.
WHY: Last year, Minnesota’s clean energy industry experienced a job growth rate four times faster than overall job growth in the state. Learn how much growth the industry has seen this year and how it’s benefitting Greater Minnesota. Hear directly from clean energy businesses about the economic impact of their business and this industry on the state.
The report will include state-based fact sheets for Minnesota and the other 11 states in the region, as well as an online database with job data by county, congressional district, and state legislative district.