A 90% clean grid supports a total of 29 million job-years – in other words, one person’s job for a year – cumulatively over the period between 2020 and 2035. Employment related to the energy sector increases by approximately 8.5 million net job-years, as increased employment from expanding renewable energy and battery storage more than replaces lost employment related to declining fossil fuel generation. Absent new policy, however, the demand for new jobs would be a third lower, for a total of 20 million job-years less over the study period. These jobs include construction, manufacturing, operations and maintenance, and the supply chain. Overall, a 90% clean grid supports more than 530,000 renewable energy jobs each year compared to existing policy.