MassTalent: Clean Energy

Massachusetts is a national leader in Clean Energy

About the industry

73%  Clean energy employment growth since 2010

The Clean Energy industry represents activities directly involved with researching, developing, producing, manufacturing, distributing, or implementing components, goods, or services related to renewable energy, energy efficiency or conservation, smart grid, energy storage, and/or electric or hybrid Vehicles.

Massachusetts has:

  • a first-in-the-nation Climate Chief spearheading climate action across government,
  • the first U.S. port for offshore wind development,
  • more than 125,000 solar projects statewide,
  • more than 46,000 electric vehicles have been sold in the state, and 
  • more than 104,000 clean energy workers statewide and growing! 

MassTalent is focused on helping to train and fill in-demand roles in clean energy such as green electricians, green heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) occupations, and electric power line installers and repairers. 

Workforce and job resources

Learn how the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center develops and manages workforce programs aimed at increasing access to clean energy careers, education, and training.

Since 2010, the Massachusetts clean energy industry has experienced 73% job growth — adding 44,016 new workers. There are good jobs available across the state.

Massachusetts is making a once-in-a-lifetime, $200 million investment in worker skills training. Upskilling Navigators work with jobseekers to identify the right training opportunities and Market Makers connect employers to training partners with access to training funds to build a steady employee pipeline.

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