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How the US East Coast could become a powerhouse for green energy jobs

The boom in offshore wind development has the potential to generate several green energy jobs Image: Unsplash/RawFilm

Clarisa Diaz

Multimedia reporter, Quartz Things team

John Upton

Partnerships Journalism Editor, Climate Central

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Green energy jobs are set to boom as offshore wind farms are built
Green energy jobs are set to boom as offshore wind farms are built Image: Environment America Research & Policy Center
The best states for wind capacity and related green energy jobs
The best states for wind capacity and related green energy jobs Image: Quartz

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