Skip to content

Updates

Growing cloud of corruption shouldn’t slow action on green energy bill

October 29, 2019

Legislators have a chance to move Illinois toward a greener energy future, so they need to overcome their fears about subpoenas delivered to ComEd. By the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board | Chicago Sun-TImes “Unsurprisingly, Springfield is captivated by a widening corruption scandal that most recently led to charges against state Rep. Luis Arroyo and the…

Read More

CEJA could spur $39B investment

October 29, 2019

Clean energy would produce $6B in state, local tax revenue over 20 years, says new study By Ted Cox | One Illinois” The Clean Energy Jobs Act could spur $39 billion in private investment over the next decade and produce $6 billion in state and local tax revenue over 20 years, according to a new…

Read More

Renewed Push for Clean Energy Jobs Act

October 26, 2019

By Doug Jenkins | WBGZ Radio “Advocates for the Clean Energy Jobs Act gathered Thursday to voice their support for the bill, and the community. With those in attendance saying climate change has affected local businesses such as Morrison’s Irish Pub through flooding nearly every year and Riverbend agriculture facing challenges affected by weather, supporters…

Read More

Advocates Say Clean Energy Jobs Act Can’t Wait Until Next Year

October 23, 2019

By Tim Shelley | WCBU “Four Central Illinois coal plants and a southern Illinois coal mine are slated to close by year’s end. Environmental advocates say the Clean Energy Jobs Act would create new programs to help workers and communities impacted by the coal facility closures. And they say movement on the legislation is needed…

Read More

Town Hall talks renewable energy for Illinois

October 22, 2019

By Spencer Foust | The McDonough County Voice “MACOMB – Thursday evening, October 17, the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs held a clean energy town hall at Spoon River Outreach Center to inform the community on renewable energy legislation being drafted for Illinois, and the effects it would have on the regional economy and community…

Read More

LTE: Pass Clean Energy Jobs Act in Illinois

October 21, 2019

When Swedish teen Greta Thunberg begs legislators to stop telling her she is amazing but instead do something actually effective to avert climate disaster, she is talking about bills like the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Introduced in the Illinois General Assembly last spring, CEJA has 56 co-sponsors in the Illinois House (HB3624) and 31 in…

Read More

Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition Celebrates National Energy Awareness Month with Listen, Lead, Share Events

October 16, 2019

The Chicago Weekly Citizen Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition Celebrates National Energy Awareness Month with Listen, Lead, Share Events The Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition (ICJC) is celebrating National Energy Awareness Month with a Saturday series of Listen, Lead, Share (LLS) events throughout south and west side neighborhoods in Chicago this October. LLS will educate communities on…

Read More

LTE: Pass Clean Energy Jobs Act

October 15, 2019

To the Editor: It can be difficult to envision or think about what the state of Illinois might look like 30 years from now, let alone 10 years, or one year. But, in 2030, 10 years from now, my granddaughters will be graduating from high school. In 2050, my granddaughters will be in their mid-30s.…

Read More

Walker Thanks Local Sierra Club for Advocacy on Clean Energy Jobs Act

October 14, 2019

Lake County Gazette Reflecting his commitment to a green environment and economy, state Rep. Mark Walker, D-Arlington Heights, along with state Sen. Ann Gillespie, D-Arlington Heights, recently met with members of the Northwest Cook County chapter of the Sierra Club and accepted their petitions urging lawmakers to pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA). “Illinois…

Read More

Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition Brings Energy Conversation to Southwest Side

October 3, 2019

Lawndale News “At a time when clean energy projects are developing across the state, the Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition worked with Senator Tony Munoz to host a ‘Listen. Lead. Share.’ community conversation on Monday Sept. 23rd. The event was held at the National Latino Education Institute (NLEI), with Senator Munoz welcoming speakers from Respiratory Health…

Read More

The Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition is launching an open conversation to explore how communities across Illinois can benefit from the clean energy economy. Listen. Lead. Share. We need your voice!

Translate »
Scroll To Top