Op-Ed

January 24, 2016 4:01 PM

Clean Energy Fund is making a difference

State’s $36 million capital fund uses loans and grants to foster clean energy research

Started in 2013 by legislators it has drawn another $60.5 million in outside investments

Energy storage is a growth area; the state is estimated to have 101,593 green jobs already

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