• 28th


    Sep, 2023

    Fellowship Program Supports Career Development in the Clean-Energy Industry

    Local and Tribal governments participating in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program can get an extra hand completing their project by hosting a Clean Energy Fellow. The Community Energy Fellowship is providing 25–35 recent graduates and mid-career clean energy professionals with job opportunities. Learn more about hosting a Fellow on DOE’s website. 

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  • 28th


    Aug, 2023

    Federal Facilities Adapting Operational Strategies In Response To Changing Work Models

    Improving energy efficiency and creating environments that staff feel more comfortable in are two ways government entities are updating the operational strategies of their facilities. In an interview with FacilitiesNet, two commercial real estate experts discuss some of the changes they’ve observed and how facility managers are dealing with them.

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  • 10th


    Jul, 2023

    Federal Initiatives Resulted in Massive Job Growth in the Energy Industry

    According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2023 U.S. Energy and Employment Report, nearly 300,000 new energy jobs were created in 2022, partly due to the Biden administration’s Investing in America agenda. Steady job growth is expected to continue as the nation builds more resilient and efficient energy systems, which could result in projects that lower consumer utility bills. Read the full article from Forbes to learn more. 

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  • 16th


    Aug, 2022

    DOE Finds Record Production and Job Growth in U.S. Wind Power Sector

    Three recent reports from the Department of Energy (DOE) show careers in wind power are growing at a fast rate thanks to recent domestic developments in this industry. As of 2021, 120,000 people in the U.S. work in wind power. U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm believes creating new jobs in wind power is crucial to achieve President Biden’s climate and decarbonization goals. 

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  • 31st


    Mar, 2022

    DOE Announces Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship Program to Help Build a Diverse U.S. Workforce to Decarbonize the Electricity Sector

    The Clean Innovator Fellowship supports energy organizations making advancements in resilient and affordable clean energy by connecting them with new talent. This Department of Energy fellowship hopes to increase access to careers in clean energy to recent college graduates and energy professionals from diverse backgrounds.  

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