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US Green Economy Report Series

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Communications Manager, Climate Advisers
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  • Apr 29, 2021

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The US Green Economy Report Series is a comprehensive overview of the current status and future outlook for the “green economy” across 25 US states. The report series includes comparative analysis of current and future climate, green economy and clean energy politics/policy in the selected states; quantitative and qualitative projections on the future size and shape of the green economy in each state (including green jobs numbers by sector); and actionable recommendations to bolster the US Green Economy. Sectors analysed: hydrogen, carbon capture, utilization and storage, offshore wind, electric vehicles, energy efficiency, grid modernization, energy storage, green consultancy, and waste to energy.

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Matt Chester on Apr 29, 2021

Such an important topic, and grateful to see it getting attention from atop the federal government these days too!

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Jim Stack on May 1, 2021

The report seems to have a lot of sections like hydrogen and carbon capture. So be careful reading  the results. 


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Thank Kyle for the Post!
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