A recent report indicated that clean energy employers were struggling to find workers before the pandemic struck.
Job opportunities in clean energy industry are now at risk due to economic slowdown with negative impact on military veterans, writes Dan Misch of the Veterans Advanced Energy Project.
Low-income populations and people of color were largely left out of Massachusetts’ biotechnology and cannabis booms.
Solar advocates blame policy uncertainty for recent declines and say the industry still faces headwinds in the state.
Developers still plan to build two projects, but they’ll likely move ahead in increments as customers for the power are secured.