Turn Energy Efficiency Into Your Job CreatorU-T San Diego, December 22, 2013
As more and more companies — think auto-makers, retailers, industrial and home builders — recognize the need to be more energy efficient, and are willing to pay to make that transition, more jobs are created.
Taken together, that translates to an improved quality of life and a healthier environment, especially in California, which leads the nation in creating energy-efficiency jobs.
We must be driving more energy-efficient cars, installing more solar panels and turning off lights more often. Because according to the International Energy Agency’s latest report, the U.S. is likely to become one of the world’s most energy-efficient nations by the end of the decade.