MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today, together with the Evers Administration’s Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy, released the Clean Energy Plan Progress Report, highlighting accomplishments in the year since the release of the state’s first-ever Clean Energy Plan. The report outlines efforts taken to lower energy bills and prices for working families, promote energy independence by reducing reliance on out-of-state energy sources, lay the groundwork for creating an estimated 40,000 jobs by 2030, and invest in job training and apprenticeship programs in innovative industries and technologies.
“Reaching our goals for a sustainable, clean energy future for Wisconsin doesn’t happen overnight, which is why I am excited to share the progress we’ve already made since we launched our state’s first-ever Clean Energy Plan roughly one year ago,” said Gov. Evers. “Climate change continues to impact the health, safety, and livelihoods of Wisconsinites every day, and we must continue working together to ensure we create a clean energy economy that will benefit all Wisconsinites. I look forward to continuing to support our public- and private-sector partners already doing this work at the local level, reflected in this year’s Progress Report, and encourage members of the Legislature to do their part to help build the better future we’ve promised our kids and that we want to see for our state in the next budget.”...
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