ACP recently commissioned a clean energy labor supply study to examine both the current clean power workforce and how many workers would be needed to construct enough clean power to meet goals of 50% or 70% electricity generated from renewables by 2030. The industry could face significant labor supply gaps across many fields such as electricians, welders, and engineers as it seeks to fill five to six million job-years over the decade. Meeting this projected labor market demand over the next 10 years will require an expansion of the talent pipeline through increased access, training program development, and active partnerships across all key actors in the workforce development system, including community colleges, labor unions, non-profits, and other training providers.

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