Princeton’s Clean Energy Jobs Quality Report Social Toolkit

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Twitter:

  • NEW: Researchers from @Princeton found we can afford to increase wages in the #solar and #wind sector to benefit workers, communities, and #AmericanManufacturing as we transition to a #CleanEnergy system. Learn more: http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor 
  • NEW report from researchers at @Princeton finds increasing #AmericanManufacturing of #wind and #solar products has the potential to support A LOT of good, family-sustaining jobs in the coming years. http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor #MakeCleanDeliver 
  • The reality is it doesn’t cost a lot of money to pay workers in the #solar and #wind industry fair, family-sustaining wages. Researchers from @Princeton have a new report that runs the numbers: http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor #MakeCleanDeliver 
  • The fastest most productive way to transition to a #CleanEnergy system is to pay workers fair wages. New study from @Princeton researchers finds high road labor costs in wind and solar may be offset by increases in productivity. http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor #MakeCleanDeliver 
  • New study from @Princeton researchers demonstrates that high road #labor practices and policies have a small influence on the cost of wind and solar power installations and net-zero transition costs. http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor #MakeCleanDeliver 

Facebook:

  • A new study from researchers at Princeton University study finds that high road labor practices and policies have a relatively small influence on the cost of wind and solar power installations and net-zero transition costs while generating substantial benefits for U.S. workers and communities. Proving we don’t have to choose between a safe climate and good jobs—we can have both! http://bit.ly/HighRoadLabor #MakeCleanDeliver