Illinois’ nation-leading climate law, the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA), created a workforce-training program that would help the state equitably reach its clean energy goals. Two years since the law’s passage, Illinois has yet to train or place a single worker, making it difficult to reach those targets.
Reset speaks with leaders in the clean energy economy to learn more about what it will take to meet the state’s goals.
GUESTS: Senyo Ador, co-founder, Sesenergi Eco Solutions Enterprise
Jacob Sitati, director of policy and advocacy, Chicago Jobs Council
Delmar Gillus, Chief Operating Officer, Elevate