This report, published by E2, highlights the need for better diversity in clean energy industries in the United States. Findings demonstrate that four out of ten racial and ethnic minority groups are represented in the clean energy workforce, black workers comprise eight percent of the clean energy workforce, less than 30 percent of clean energy workers are women, and more. The research methodology, terms and racial categories, and the job sectors that are analyzed are highlighted. The report explores clean energy labor force characteristics by race, ethnicity, and gender; and energy labor force demographics by sector and sub-sectors. State-level and sector-level findings are provided. Suggestions for addressing these issues with policies, higher education, and more are also provided. 

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