Green energy exchange traded funds (ETFs), such as those focused on the solar and wind energy industries, are trading higher this morning. This week, a Senate Environment and Public Works subcommittee will highlight solar and clean energy job opportunities. Congress is being urged to pass a law that includes incentives to train people to make things like solar panels and windmill blades, says Katherine Ling for The New York Times.
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