Michigan ranked fourth for the number of new clean energy jobs announced during the second quarter, according to Environmental Entrepreneurs, a business group that promotes environmental policy.
Michigan had nine announced projects during the quarter totaling an anticipated 1,319 jobs, trailing only California, New York and Florida for total number of anticipated new clean energy jobs.
“Michigan is becoming an electric vehicles hub, with companies like GE, A123 Systems, and others bringing battery and other electric vehicle component manufacturing to the state,” the report read.
The report covers only job announcements and not actual job creation figures. The Detroit News