The map is a non-partisan public resource that captures investments and jobs in the U.S. wind, solar and energy efficiency industries.
* The U.S. Clean Energy Progress Map utilizes national data developed using conservative methods and disaggregated at the electoral jurisdiction level. Some data from other credible sources do not have the level of spatial detail needed for presentation on the map. In addition, some data sources have time lags. For example, the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s publications in 2017 include data reported through 2016, and the U.S. Department of Energy 2017 jobs study does not provide the spatial detail needed for presentation on the map. The U.S. Clean Energy Progress Map will be updated semi-annually to reflect new data published from reliable sources. The map does not present energy efficiency investment because of a lack of consistent and comprehensive data for energy efficiency projects.