Looking for a job focused on climate solutions? Is your clean energy business or organization hiring?
Check out our new Green Jobs Map!
This map (below) features jobs, trainings,
internships and more in the clean energy, energy efficiency and clean
transportation industries all across New York State. This is an ongoing
project that you can contribute to if you know of a position that needs to
be filled—add a point via this form.
To view the map in a separate browser, click here.
How to Navigate the Green Jobs Map:
● Each point has a description with a point of contact and website.
● To view the map key, click the top left corner of the map.
● To view the jobs in a tabular format, see the first table on the data table below or click here.
● To view remote jobs, see the second tab on the data table below or click here.
● For more information on available clean energy trainings and career pathways, see the resources below the map.
Green Jobs Map:
All Jobs, Internships, and Trainings
The State of Clean Jobs in NY
A trained workforce is critical in the transition to a clean energy economy. Before COVID-19, clean energy jobs were growing at a faster rate than any other sector in New York, as the prices of clean technology decreased and the state made clear policy shifts towards renewable sources of energy. The state also committed more than $100 million through 2025 to clean energy workforce development. According to the NYSERDA Clean Energy Industry Report from 2020 (see fact sheet here), New York is home to 148,000 clean energy jobs, which is down from 165,000 clean energy jobs before the pandemic, however the report shows clean energy industries are climbing back to where they were, with 5,000 jobs recovered since the May 2020 economy re-opening. Almost 80% of these jobs belong to the energy efficiency field, which pays higher 7-9.5% than other in-state HVAC or construction jobs.
New Yorkers for Clean Power is excited to build on New York’s clean job pathway with our Clean Power Fellowship! Fellows work to connect individuals to opportunities in energy efficiency and renewable energy as well as expand our outreach and resources on clean energy jobs.
NYCP Fellow Desirée Lyle jumpstarted her green career through the Citizens for Local Power Internship Program.
Check out NYCP’s online teach-in from 2020 on Green Jobs: Making a Living While Making a Difference and our launch video below describing the 2016 Clean Jobs NY report that we created with E2, NYS Sustainable Business Council, and ACE NY.