As utilities look for ways to increase the positive community impact of their energy efficiency (EE) programs, clean energy workforce development has emerged as a promising option. By creating opportunities for jobs that appeal to a diverse applicant base in a specific location within a service territory—and providing on-the-job training to help these workers build rewarding careers in the energy efficiency sector—utilities can make progress toward their energy savings goals and deliver benefits to disadvantaged communities at the same time.
Join PSE&G, Goode Education Group, and ICF to learn about best practices on implementing and marketing an effective and meaningful clean energy jobs program.
By participating in this webinar, attendees should be able to:
Senior Manager, Workforce Development, ICF
Business Support Specialist, PSE&G
Chief Executive Officer, Goode Education Group