State Solar Jobs Census
On February 10th, 2016, The Solar Foundation released the results of an expanded effort to capture solar employment trends at the state level with fourteen unique reports covering Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Texas, Utah, and Vermont. In addition to the release of these reports, TSF captured solar jobs data, policy, and market trends for all fifty states and the District of Columbia in a Solar Jobs Compendium.
|New Jersey||New Mexico||New York||Texas|
Read the 50 State Fact Sheet and the press releases for each of the six new reports to see what was said about TSF’s latest solar employment research, then explore the reports below.
|Nevada||New York||Texas||State Map|
On February 11th, 2014, The Solar Foundation released its first-ever district-level “deep dive” into solar employment in California, Arizona, and Minnesota. The research behind these three seminal reports (linked below) was performed using the same survey-based methods developed for our award-winning National Solar Jobs Census series. In addition to the release of these reports, TSF provided updated estimates of solar employment in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
|CALIFORNIA REPORT||ARIZONA REPORT||MINNESOTA REPORT|
|CA PRESS RELEASE||AZ PRESS RELEASE||50 STATE PRESS RELEASE|
|50 STATE FACT SHEET|
See solar employment statistics for all states (and districts) by visiting the newly enhanced State Solar Jobs Map.