We're America's lowest-cost, fastest growing source of power.

Powering America's Growth

From cities to farms, the clean power industry powers more of the United States every day, and contributes more to the economy than any other source of energy.


A clean power future will jumpstart America’s next-generation workforce. Learn more in this new study.

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The clean power industry is full of innovators and leaders who are driving the global energy transition. Read why several American Clean Power member companies made TIME magazine’s inaugural list of the world’s most influential businesses.

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Powering American Jobs


To build a stronger, cleaner economy and put more Americans back to work, we must get the infrastructure plan across the finish line. Doing so will mean more good-paying, clean energy jobs and economic opportunity for Americans across the country.

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We unite the power of the renewable energy industry.

The American clean power sector is providing cost-effective solutions to the climate crisis while creating jobs, spurring investment, and driving innovation.

The American Clean Power Association enables the transformation of the U.S. power grid to a low-cost, reliable and renewable power system. By uniting the power of wind, solar, transmission and storage companies and their allied industries, both public and private, we are championing policies that enable the continued and aggressive growth in renewable energy in the United States.



our larger geographic and economic footprint.


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all sectors, business models, and aspects of the renewable energy value chain.


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The renewable energy industry is moving America's economy into the future

Clean power at a glance

Clean energy provides jobs for more than 415,000 Americans.

The U.S. has enough installed clean energy to power 52 million American homes.

states, home to over a quarter of the United States population, and accounting for a third of U.S. GDP are successfully reducing emissions with active carbon pricing programs:

  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont

$1.87 trillion

additional federal revenue over the next 10 years, generated by a carbon tax levied on all energy-related carbon emissions at a rate of $50 per metric ton and an annual growth rate of 5 percent.

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