The Solar Foundation

For An Annual Solar Jobs Survey

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/10/2014
  • Term
    10 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
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Overview
The Solar Foundation will conduct an oversample of their annual national Solar Jobs Census in several states to collect a range of solar jobs data at the legislative district level. This data will include information about race and gender, as well as public sector solar-related jobs. The report will be used by a broad array of stakeholders in debates on policies that reduce global warming emissions by replacing fossil fuels with cleaner fuels like solar and wind.
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for an annual solar jobs survey  
The Solar Foundation will conduct and release their annual National Solar Jobs Census and associated research products, including state jobs rankings and maps showing number of jobs at the state, district, and county levels. The Census is the most rigorous survey-based count of solar workers in the United States. The results provide useful educational tools for conveying the social and economic impacts of policies that reduce global warming emissions by replacing fossil fuels with cleaner fuels like sunshine.
for an annual solar jobs survey  
The Solar Foundation will conduct and release their eighth annual National Solar Jobs Census, including state jobs numbers and rankings and jobs maps showing number of jobs at the county, metro, and district levels. Useful for a wide range of audiences, the data is a helpful educational tool for conveying the social and economic impacts of policies that reduce global warming emissions by replacing fossil fuels with cleaner fuels like solar and wind.

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