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Now is your chance to launch a career in clean energy, renewables and advocacy!

Now is your chance to launch a career in clean energy, renewables and advocacy!
Posted By: Loren Moss on March 03, 2016

Have you ever wanted to participate in the clean energy boom? Cleantech / Greentech is the future of energy, whether that is in transportation or in the utilities to power our communities. Here is your chance to get involved: apply for one or more of these excellent and fulfilling opportunities in New York, Washington, and Chicago bringing clean renewable energy to low income and underserved communities.

The Energy Efficiency For All Advocate, New York Lead works on the Energy Efficiency For all project as part of the Urban Solutions Program. As the New York Lead you will lead the coalition, coordinating with state and local advocacy partners to raise funding for utility programs and other innovative initiatives that bring clean, renewable energy to affordable housing.
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The Energy Efficiency For All Advocate, Clean Power Plan works out of the nation’s capital, Washington DC.



As the Energy Efficiency For All Advocate, Clean Power Plan, you will work to expand energy efficiency and clean energy in low income communities. You will work to bring energy efficiency to low income and underserved communities throughout the US, in coordination with regional staff, and advocacy partners. You will play a key role in making low income multifamily housing healthier, more energy efficient and affordable, and improving the quality of life for thousands of tenants.
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The Energy Efficiency For All Advocate, Midwest Lead works on the Energy Efficiency For all project as part of the Urban Solutions Program. Based out of Chicago, as the Midwest Lead you will lead the coalition, coordinating with state and local advocacy partners to raise funding for utility programs and other innovative initiatives that bring clean, renewable energy to affordable housing.
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