Publications

Alameda County Community Choice Energy

Alameda County Community Choice Energy Report

This report for the Berkeley Energy Commission highlights key considerations for the development of the Alameda County Community Choice Energy program, including governance, emissions reduction, rate structures, and economic impacts.

Arizona Jobs Project

The Arizona Jobs Project report

The Arizona Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to leverage its advantages in the advanced materials industry to support energy-efficient manufacturing processes and products. With the right policies, Arizona has the potential to employ an average of almost 66,000 people annually over the next 14 years.

Colorado Jobs Project

The Colorado Jobs Project report

The Colorado Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to leverage its advantages in wind and solar power. With the right policies, Colorado has the potential to employ an average of almost 13,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Florida Jobs Project

The Florida Jobs Project report

The Florida Jobs Project report highlights policy opportunities for the state to capitalize on its large solar and biomass resource. With the right policies, the solar and biofuels industries in Florida could employ an average of almost 98,500 people annually over the next 15 years.

Georgia Jobs Project

The Georgia Jobs Project report

The Georgia Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to advance its innovative clusters in smart buildings and solar. With the right policies, these Georgia industries could support an average of almost 24,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Iowa Jobs Project

The Iowa Jobs Project report

The Iowa Jobs Project report features policy opportunities for the state to strengthen its existing wind cluster and leverage its substantial solar resource. With the right policies, the wind and solar industries in Iowa could employ an average of almost 18,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Michigan Jobs Project

The Michigan Jobs Project report

The Michigan Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to capitalize on its promising smart building and solar industries. With the right policies, these Michigan industries could employ an average of almost 12,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Montana Jobs Project

The Montana Jobs Project report

The Montana Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to strengthen its emerging photonics industry by specializing in photonics for the advanced energy industry. With the right policies, these Montana companies can support over 6,300 direct, indirect, and induced jobs annually through 2030.

Nevada Jobs Project

The Nevada Jobs Project report

The Nevada Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the state to capitalize on its momentum in the battery industry and large solar power potential. With the right policies, the solar and battery industries in Nevada could employ an average of over 28,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

North Carolina Jobs Project

The North Carolina Jobs Project report

The North Carolina Jobs Project report features policy opportunities for the state to leverage its battery supply chain and significant biogas potential. With the right policies, the utility-scale batteries and biogas industries in North Carolina could employ an average of over 19,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Ohio Jobs Project

The Ohio Jobs Project report

The Ohio Jobs Project report highlights policy opportunities for the state to energize its existing additive manufacturing and wind energy clusters. With the right policies, these Ohio industries could employ an average of almost 26,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

Pennsylvania Jobs Project

The Pennsylvania Jobs Project report

The Pennsylvania Jobs Project report outlines policy opportunities for the Commonwealth to grow its solar and smart building industries. With the right policies, the solar and smart building industries could employ an average of almost 11,600 people annually over the next 15 years.

Virginia Jobs Project

The Virginia Jobs Project report

The Virginia Jobs Project report highlights policy opportunities for the Commonwealth to advance offshore wind projects and bolster its manufacturing capabilities with carbon fiber composites. With the right policies, the offshore wind and carbon fiber composites industries in Virginia could employ an average of almost 19,000 people annually over the next 15 years.

The American Jobs Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.