Jobs created

Jobs created in the wind power or solar power industries come at the expense of a greater number of jobs killed throughout the economy. Forcing people to purchase expensive wind and solar power forces other energy sectors to lay off workers and leaves consumers less money to purchase goods and services that sustain jobs throughout the rest of the economy.

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Myron Ebell, ICCC13 (Panel 4: Winning Public Policy Options)

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