Thursday, September 28, 2023 4:39 am

Despite loss of solar jobs, Arizona remains #2

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 8.04.58 AMBy Mel Del Franco

At a press event at the Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) in Washington, D.C., Andrea Luecke, president and executive director of The Solar Foundation (TSF), said the most important driver in the expansion of solar sector jobs in the U.S. has been the precipitous drop in the cost of solar power and the corresponding increase in installed capacity.

“Jobs are directly correlated with installations,” she said.

Luecke outlined her organization’s recent solar jobs census and unveiled state-specific reports for California, Arizona and Minnesota.


Related: Capital Keeps Pouring Into Booming US Residential Solar Market 

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