Thanks to the Future Energy Jobs Act of 2016 (FEJA), the clean energy industry is booming in Illinois. But it was only the beginning.
The Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) sets a path for Illinois to be 100% powered by renewable energy, while increasing energy efficiency and ensuring access to good jobs in a growing market. It will bring lasting job opportunities to communities across the state, while protecting our health and our planet future generations.
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We're working to get all 177 legislators and Governor Pritzker to support this important bill, as well as thousands of community cosponsors like you from every part of the state!
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