Building on North Carolina’s strengths in the utility-scale battery and biogas industries can maximize job growth and give the state a competitive economic edge. That’s according to the North Carolina Jobs Project, a new report created in partnership with North Carolina State University’s North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center and led by the American Jobs Project. The report is funded by the JPB Foundation, the Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute, and the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society.
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Encouraging the development of the energy storage industry in North Carolina could create 17,000 additional jobs in the state by 2030, according to a report published April 18 by the American Jobs Project