Month by month the clean energy economy continues to grow, creating new job opportunities for tens of thousands of Americans along the way.
The amount of electricity the United States generates from solar power has started to grow rapidly and is projected to reach 18,000 megawatt hours per day in 2013.
The amount of electricity generated by the wind industry started to grow back around 1999, and since 2007 has been increasing at a rapid pace.
Environmental Entrepreneurs reports on clean energy jobs created during Jan 1 - March 31, 2012.
As the clean energy economy grows -- thousands of clean energy job opportunities are being created all across the country.
Secretary Moniz and President Obama toured a high-strength steel plant in Cleveland, Ohio where the President spoke about manufacturing, the economy, renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Energy.gov now features a responsive design that automatically optimizes the browsing experience for smartphones and tablets, and makes it easier to find consumer energy saving information.
Last week, Secretary Moniz joined other federal officials in honoring veterans that are working in clean energy and climate security at a "Champions of Change" event at the White House.
Yesterday, Secretary Moniz honored veterans advancing clean energy and climate security at a White House "Champions of Change" event.
Watch Secretary Moniz's remarks at the opening of the new Energy Systems Integration Facility -- a site aimed at overcoming generation, transmission and distribution issues that will help support clean, renewable energy technologies.
Compare your state's per capita annual energy costs in a state-by-state map of average energy expenditures.
Compare your energy usage at home, at work and on the road to others in this state-by-state map of energy consumption, based on 2009 data.
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