‘Clean energy’ job losses in the US climb as the coronavirus hits hard


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The U.S. “clean energy” sector was hit by 447,208 new unemployment filings last month, according to new analysis of Department of Labor data. 

Published on Wednesday, the analysis — released by Environmental Entrepreneurs, the American Council on Renewable Energy, E4TheFuture, and BW Research Partnership — paints a stark picture for the industry and reflects the significant impact that the coronavirus pandemic is having on the overall U.S. economy.

Clean energy job losses in April were far greater than March, when 147,139 claims were made. Total claims for March and April amount to 594,347, or 17.8% of the sector’s workforce.

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