The panel: A job is not a job is not a job.

Shayle Kann, Tim Greeff, and Travis Bradford debate what types of clean energy jobs we need to have in the United States. This clip is from Cleantech Elect, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on September 27, 2012.

Sid Singh & Shaun Chapman: Jobs and the Sharing Economy

The panel discusses how a localized economy can actually promote job growth. This clip is from Share and Share Alike, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on December 11, 2012.

Ariella Maron: Where are the jobs in building energy efficiency?

Ariella Maron lays out the growth potential of New York City’s building energy efficiency sector.

Ann Davlin: You Cannot Outsource a Retrofit

Ann Davlin from Carbon War Room discusses green job opportunities in the United States. Clip from “No Money No Problems? Financing Cleantech in the Post-ARRA Era” on January 31, 2012.

Jason Scott: The Green Jobs Red Herring

Jason Scott from EKO Asset Management Partners decries the green jobs debate as a red herring and explains why moving to an energy-efficient economy is a given. Clip from “No Money No Problems? Financing Cleantech in the Post-ARRA Era” on January 31, 2012.

Where are the Jobs in Wind?

The panelists compare the jobs landscape in the wind industry versus conventional energy technologies. Clip from “Can NYC Have a Wind Industry?” on April 14, 2011.

Jonathan Milley: Offshore Wind in the Northeast Makes Sense

Jonathan Milley from NRG Energy explains why offshore wind makes sense in the United States. Clip from “Can NYC Have a Wind Industry?” on April 14, 2011.

To Design Energy Policy is Always Challenging, But Necessary

Jonathan Milley from NRG Energy and Sergej Mahnovski from the New York City Department of Environmental Protection describe the challenges of developing energy incentives and policies that align with renewables. Clip from “Can NYC Have a Wind Industry?” on April 14, 2011.

Shyam Mehta: Solar Jobs is More Than Manufacturing

Shyam Mehta recasts how we should look at Job Creation in the Solar Industry. Clip from “Scaling Up Solar: Policies and People Building a Solar Industry in NYC” on June 23, 2011.

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