Report: Clean energy employment rebounds in R.I., qualified workers needed

CLEAN ENERGY JOBS rebounded in 2021, according to a new report released on Monday. In this photograph, guests tour one of the turbines of America's first offshore wind farm, owned by the Danish company, Orsted, off the coast of Block Island as part of a wind power conference Oct. 17, 2022. ASSOCIATED FILE PHOTO/DAVID GOLDMAN
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s clean energy industry has begun to bounce back. After shedding nearly 20% of the sector's job during the height of the pandemic, the industry is repopulating although qualified workers are hard to find, according to a new report. Clean energy added almost 500 jobs between the last quarters of 2020 and 2021,…

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