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About the Path to 100
Illinois Power Agency officially closes all state renewable energy incentives
Renewable energy faces a funding cliff
Illinois sparked a solar boom — then it ran out of money
Proposed Legislation would create 53,000 construction jobs: report
llinois State Representatives Announce New Diversity and Equity Plan for Renewable Energy, Urge Legislation to Fix Funding Crisis.
Solar power popularity growing in Illinois, despite obstacles
Illinois faces challenges in reaching renewable energy goals
New solar projects are benefitting every corner of our state - we need to keep clean energy growing. View the IL solar map here
Want to know more about the Path to 100 and the issues facing renewable energy in Illinois?
Download a copy of the fact sheet.
Read Senate Bill 1601 and House Bill 2640 and follow their progress through the Illinois General Assembly.
The Path to 100 would create more than 53,000 new renewable energy jobs.
An economic impact analysis of the Path to 100 Act found that, by 2033, the legislation would result in:
53,298 jobs created or supported during construction
3,215 jobs created or supported annually during operations
$8.27 billion in increased economic output during construction
$571 million per year in increased economic output during operations
The analysis was conducted by Dr. David Loomis, co-founder of the Center for Renewable Energy at Illinois State University and the President of Strategic Economic Research. Read the analysis here
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