The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that there will be many more jobs related to wind and solar energy in the next ten years. These industries will provide jobs for thousands of Americans, especially since there are surging gas prices all over the US.
The government agency said wind turbine specialists and solar photovoltaic system installers would be the most in-demand.
Wind power jobs are expected to grow by 4.7% between 2020 and 2030, while solar power jobs are expected to increase by 6.1% over the same period.
According to Futurism, the data was last updated at the end of 2021, but it is more relevant than ever. US gas prices, especially California gas prices, hit record highs this month, and President Biden is hoping for a Green New Deal to tackle fossil fuel dependency.
Meanwhile, gas futures in Europe fell 6% in Thursday trading to close at just above $1,250 per 1,000 cubic meters.
April futures on the most significant European hub TTF index opened the trading session at around 1239.8 dollars. After a volatile start, prices moved into $1330-$1390.
In the middle of the session, a price maximum of 1461.3 dollars was reached, after which the quotes began to decline.
Toward the end of the auction, the price dropped below $1300, at the same time the price low was reached at $1200. The closing price was $1,251.7, down 5.9% from the previous trading day’s settlement price of $1,330.8.