Report: 62,000 clean-energy workers in Colorado

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email PrintDENVER — Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties are among Colorado’s top 10 counties for clean-energy jobs, according to a report released Friday by Environmental Entrepreneurs, a national, nonpartisan business group. In metro areas, the Denver-Aurora area has 46,000 residents working in clean energy, followed by Boulder, 2,700 jobs, and Fort Collins-Loveland, nearly 2,400. The more rural and agricultural swaths of the state are home to nearly 6,000 clean-energy workers. The…