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  • Monday, January 17, 2022
  • Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Corps – Supercharging and revolutionizing Clean Energy Innovation, Equity and Jobs!

Even if you haven’t heard of the Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Corps, you most certainly have seen and benefited from the work that this talented group of individuals has accomplished in clean energy innovation. 
As the largest funder of clean energy technology in the country, DOE has been a powerhouse innovator in raising the bar of wind, solar and energy-efficient technology as we know it. With a talented and passionate team paired with the investments from the recent Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act), DOE’s Clean Energy Corps will be able to do so much more in helping America meet its goals of an equitable carbon-free power sector in 2035. 
The law’s passage will enable the Clean Energy Corps to invest more than $62 billion to deliver clean energy for the American people. Funds will go toward job creation; manufacturing investment; access to reliable, clean and affordable power to all Americans; and clean energy innovation.
Currently, there are a wide variety of positions available across the country that are just waiting to be filled by passionate, talented and mission-driven individuals. 
It doesn’t matter if you have tons of experience in clean energy or you are just starting out. DOE Clean Energy Corps invites you to apply for positions that interest you! 
If you are saying to yourself, “I want more,” then you are in luck! On Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. Eastern time, DOE Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Chief of Staff Tarak Shah, and Chief Human Capital Officer Erin Moore will speak about the Clean Energy Corps path to building a team that will help shape the clean energy future. 
Watch live on energy.gov/live or on TwitterFacebookYouTube or LinkedIn.
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