California State Senate President Kevin De Leon, D-Los Angeles, on Tuesday argued that lawmakers should renew green energy mandates to nurture a growing clean energy industry. A new study from UC Berkeley said the state’s renewable energy program has supported more than 30,000 blue collar construction jobs since 2002.
California State Senate President Kevin De Leon, D-Los Angeles, on Tuesday argued that lawmakers should renew green energy mandates to nurture a growing clean energy industry. A new study from UC Berkeley said the state’s renewable energy program has supported more than 30,000 blue collar construction jobs since 2002. Adam Ashton The Sacramento Bee
California State Senate President Kevin De Leon, D-Los Angeles, on Tuesday argued that lawmakers should renew green energy mandates to nurture a growing clean energy industry. A new study from UC Berkeley said the state’s renewable energy program has supported more than 30,000 blue collar construction jobs since 2002. Adam Ashton The Sacramento Bee

Green energy industry said to create 30,000 blue-collar jobs in state

July 12, 2016 3:54 PM

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