Energy Efficiency and Job Creation

Research Report ED922


Howard Geller, John DeCicco, and John A. "Skip" Laitner


Examines the impacts on employment and income that could result from improving energy efficiency are examined in this report. It shows that substantial energy efficiency improvements throughout the U.S. economy (including a special analysis of the impact of improving motor vehicle efficiency) could lead to a net increase of 470,000 jobs by 2000 and over one million jobs by 2010.