Wind advocates counter that a recent report obscures the potential for long-term employment as the industry continues to grow.
A new program led by organizers in Indiana offers solar installation and energy efficiency training in marginalized communities.
We need to shift our policy environment so that we can once again take a leading role in a market that will only become larger in the years to come, writes energy policy professor Elizabeth Sasser.
The coronavirus pandemic has hammered healthcare systems for rural populations already struggling with the loss of coal jobs and health coverage.
As the coronavirus spread, Appalachian Ohio saw the state’s highest percentages of people out of work.