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									Colorado Green Energy Jobs


 Chris Stoneman, Vice President of Operations
        International Center for Appropriate &
                Sustainable Technology
              chris@icastusa.org
 David Griffin, Energy Initiatives Coordinator
           Colorado Department of Labor &
                  Employment
           David.Griffin@state.co.us


  COLORADO GREEN JOBS WORKING
             GROUP

                 March 2009
               Green Jobs Working Group

   Community College System          Office of Economic Development
   Governor’s Office                    and International Trade
   Apollo Alliance                     Department of Higher Education
   Youth Corps Association             Colorado School of Mines
   Workforce Development Council       Workforce Board of Metro Denver
   Department of Labor and             Donnell-Kay Foundation
    Employment                          City and County of Denver Office of
   LONG Energy Solutions                Economic Development
   Colorado Collaboratory              Xcel Energy
   Office of Economic Development      International Center for
   Metro Denver WIRED Initiative        Appropriate and Sustainable
                                         Technologies (iCAST)
   Red Rocks Community College         International Brotherhood of
   U.S. Green Building Council of       Electrical Workers, Local #68
    Colorado                             (IBEW)
   University of Colorado              Governor’s Energy Office
   Colorado State University
The New Energy Economy and Green Jobs

 The New Energy Economy
 Green Jobs Report
   Estimates current and anticipated green energy jobs in CO

 Green Education Inventory
 Green Jobs Guidebook
                        The Green Jobs Guidebook

Energy Efficiency Auditor
Description: Inspects homes of utility customers to identify conditions that cause waste and suggests actions to reduce
   waste

Salary: $20 - $32/Hour

Min. Educational Requirements: High School Diploma/GED

Experience Needed: Entry to Mid-Level
                   1 to 3 years related experience

Growth Potential: As more standards are adopted the demand will increase greatly

Employer Type: Private Firms, Government

Related Careers:
           1. Energy Efficiency Specialist
           2. Energy Efficiency Control Officer (?)
The Colorado Climate Action Plan

  • What’s the goal?

      Business as Usual   Climate Action Plan


       70.0

       52.5                                      our
                                                 challenge
       35.0

       17.5

        0.0
           2005                                 2020
    The New Investments – Energy Efficiency

 HB 07-1037- Utilities implement a Demand Side
    Management program
    HB 07-1309- Energy efficiency in state public buildings
    and K-12 schools through performance contracting
   SB 07-51- Sets LEED standard for state-funded buildings
   HB 07-1146- Sets energy efficiency standards to the 2003
    International Energy Conservation Code.
   HB 08-1335 - Greening Government
   SB 08-147 – Energy Efficiency for low-income housing
     The New Investments - Renewables

 SB 07-145 - Solar rebates and matching grants
 HB 07-1060 – Bioscience grants
 HB 07-1087 – Wind for Schools
 HB 07-1228 – Requires biofuels in all state vehicles
 HB 07-1279 – Tax credits for renewables
           Green Jobs
Where are we? Where are we going?
          What constitutes a “green job”?

 Green Jobs - “those which, as a result of
  environmental pressures and concerns, have
  produced the development of numerous products,
  processes, and services, which specifically target the
  reduction of environmental impact.”
 Full spectrum
    Renewable Energy -- Energy Efficiency -- Resource Extraction
     -- Manufacturing -- Sales -- Transportation -- Installation --
     Operation -- Maintenance
 Not just the private sector
 Indirect Jobs
              Green Jobs in Colorado 2007



Industry            Revenues       Direct Jobs   Total (direct &
                    (millions)                   indirect) Jobs
                                                 created

Renewable Energy         $1,082         4,415         10,075

Energy Efficiency        $9,129         35,470        81,210

Total                    $10,211        39,885        91,285
               Green Jobs in the U.S. 2007



Industry            Revenues     Direct Jobs   Total (direct &
                    (billions)   (thousands)   indirect) Jobs
                                               created (thousands)

Renewable Energy       $42.58          218             504

Energy Efficiency    $1,002.92        3,745           8,586

Total                $1,045.50        3,963           9,090
RE Jobs by Sector
                Energy Efficiency Jobs

 It’s about buildings…
   Building Better New Buildings

   Retrofitting Existing Buildings
50% of utility sector CO2 reductions will be
               from efficiency
      Occupation Profiles of Green Jobs

 Colorado Green Jobs Guidebook
   www.colorado.gov/energy

 Varied skills and education desired
 Upward career mobility
         Sample of Green Building Industry
Occupational Title        Average Salary   Minimum Education
Field Energy Consultant   $60,076          HSD/GED
Water Systems Designer    $36,984          Apprenticeship/TS
Lighting/HVAC Engineer    $77,280          Bachelor’s (Engineer)
Residential Air Sealing   $31,372          HSD/GED
Technician
Structural Design         $74,980          Master’s (Engineer)
Engineer
Insulation Installer      $20,332          HSD/GED
Architect                 $90,620          Bachelor’s (Architect)
Welder                    $29,532          Apprenticeship/TS
Auditing Services Sales   $59,800          Bachelor’s (Business)
Consultant
Energy Field Auditor      $24,012          Associate’s
Electrical System Installer $44,344        Apprenticeship/TS
Potential RE & EE Jobs in Colorado 2030

JOB SUMMARY OF COLORADO RE & EE INDUSTRIES by YEAR 2030

      700000
      600000
      500000
      400000
      300000
      200000
      100000
           0
                  RE           EE          RE & EE

      Base Case        Moderate Scenario      Avanced Scenario   2007
                   Implications

 Education   Initiatives
 Policy Initiatives

 Informational Websites
     Governors’ Energy Office –
      www.colorado.gov/energy
     iCAST – www.icastuse.org
     CDLE – www.coworkforce.com
     DOLA – http://dola.colorado.gov
     E-colorado – www.e-colorado.org
                           iCAST
 International Center for Appropriate and Sustainable Technology


 Renewable   Energy and Sustainability
  Coordinator
 Comprehensive Sustainability Planning
 Energy Efficiency Audits and Installations
 Green Collar Work Force Training
 Wind Feasibility Analysis
 Wind Planning Initiatives
 Solar assessments and installation coordination
 Chris@icastusa.org or call 303-462-4100 x802

								
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