LAS VEGAS (NEVADA JOURNAL) — "As U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid prepares to host his fifth annual National Clean Energy Summit
on Aug. 7, a Nevada Journal examination
of Nevada’s renewable energy sector shows that over $1.3 billion in
funds funneled into geothermal, solar and wind projects since
2009 has yielded and is projected to yield just 288 permanent, full-time
jobs. That’s an initial cost of over $4.6 million per job.
Even with these government-granted advantages, the few clean-energy jobs in the state of Nevada are still precarious."
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