Clean energy jobs rebound after 2020 losses. More opportunities needed for workers of color, experts say.

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Minnesota’s clean energy workforce is more diverse than the broader state economy. And more jobs are coming in fields like energy production, energy efficiency, electric vehicles, and green construction. But workers of color need more access to training and pathways to higher-paying careers.

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