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News Round Up: Indiana Jobs Report

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AEE recently released Advanced Energy Jobs in Indiana 2016, a report detailing the size and scope of Indiana's advanced energy industry.At nearly 48,000 workers, advanced energy employs nearly twice as many people in Indiana as colleges and universities, more than machinery manufacturing, and approaching auto parts manufacturing. Press in Indiana and beyond took notice. Here are the articles highlighting the report. 

  • WBOI: Advanced Energy Jobs Expected to Grow in Indiana

    Former Fort Wayne mayor and Advanced Energy Economy CEO Graham Richard says while past energy sources, like coal, built a robust U.S. economy, renewables are becoming increasingly more affordable.

    “When you combine wind and solar with batteries and storage, across the country we’re beginning to see astoundingly low costs for that,” says Richard.

  • Inside Indiana Business: Ballard, Richard Push Advanced Energy BenefitsFormer mayors of the state's two largest cities will lead the Indiana efforts for a national business group focused on non-traditional energy industries. Former Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richard is chief executive officer of the national Advanced Energy Economy organization, while former Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will serve as senior fellow for Indiana Advanced Energy Economy. A new study published by Indiana AEE says 48,000 jobs in the state are tied to advanced energy businesses.
  • The Times of Northwest Indiana: Ballard, Richard Push Advanced Energy BenefitsFormer mayors of the state’s two largest cities will lead the Indiana efforts for a national business group focused on non-traditional energy industries. Former Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richard is chief executive officer of the national Advanced Energy Economy organization, while former Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will serve as senior fellow for Indiana Advanced Energy Economy. A new study published by Indiana AEE says 48,000 jobs in the state are tied to advanced energy businesses.
  • Triple Pundit: Mike Pence Couldn’t Kill Indiana’s Green Job Boom
  • LEED Points: Indiana advanced energy jobs out pace machinery manufacturing, approach auto industry
  • HPAC Engineering: Report: Advanced Energy Accounts for Nearly 48,000 Jobs in Indiana