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Nevada Leads the Nation in Solar Job Growth Per Capita

Solar industry jobs in Nevada grew by an incredible 146% in 2014, according to a new report from the Solar Foundation.  Nevada now ranks 1st in the country in solar jobs per capita, and ranks seventh in total number of solar jobs in each state.

The announcement was greeted with pride across the state. “Nevada is emerging as a leader in new technology and innovation and this announcement demonstrates the possibilities within our state if we continue to recruit the growing industries of the 21st century,” said Governor Brian Sandoval. “I would like to thank all Nevadans who have embraced the solar industry and thank the many solar companies who saw the opportunity in the Silver State and joined the Nevada family.”

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The Nevada Legislature and our Clean Energy Economy

The 78th Session of the Nevada Legislature begins on February 2, 2015.  If you support clean energy in Nevada, it’s important to stay informed and be involved. Much of Nevada’s strong growth as a clean energy hub can be credited to a history of smart state clean energy policies, and strong bi-partisan support for developing our native clean energy resources.

It’s too early to know what the 2015 Legislative Session will bring for clean energy in Nevada. We do know that policy can make the difference in creating, and maintaining, Nevada’s growth as a vibrant, growing, clean energy hub. We’ll be watching closely, and we hope you will too. Read on for more information n how to stay informed and be involved!

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New Report: Booming Job Growth In U.S. Solar

The U.S. solar industry added almost 31,000 new jobs last year, with a job growth rate of 22%,  according to the National Solar Jobs Census 2014. The Census reported that solar industry wages remain competitive and that worker diversity is growing. 



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