Paris Agreement Or Not, Solar Employment Looking Brighter Than Coal
Nearly 400,000 people are employed in solar, more than double the number of coal workers
Alan: Solar energy in the United States is barely out of the womb.
The country of Germany, which supplies more than a third of its electrical energy through solar devices, receives only half the sunlight that my home state of North Carolina receives.
If the United States made full throttle commitment to solarize from sea to shining sea, many millions of jobs would be created.
The coal jobs are not coming back.
Coal Is Not Coming Back. Wanna Bet $10,000.00?