By Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) Credit: Matthias Ibeler/Ørsted
In the fall of 2022, the U.S. Department of Commerce Awarded $22.9 million to the Maryland Department of Labor from its Good Jobs Challenge grant program. The money is intended to catalyze the development of Maryland’s emerging offshore wind workforce and industry, including the existing Maryland Works for Wind (MWW) program.
To learn more about the state of offshore wind workforce development in Maryland, Sam Schacht, research associate at the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA), interviewed Erin Roth, deputy assistant secretary of the division of workforce development and adult learning at the Maryland Department of Labor, and shared the
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