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Office of Just Energy Transition (OJET)

Office of Just Energy Transition (OJET)

Office of Just Energy Transition (OJET) Mission

As New York State transitions to a clean energy economy, the Office of Just Energy Transition (OJET) will connect workers to opportunities for quality jobs, upskilling, and training with a focus on serving those who are traditionally underrepresented, especially within disadvantaged communities. OJET will also assist businesses by upskilling their workers and connecting them to a trained workforce while helping navigate eligible hiring incentives and available funding.

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Get the resources and help you need to find a job, explore career options and learn about the variety of programs offered. Visit our Jobs and Careers page.


In 2019, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act) was signed into law. New York State’s Climate Act is among the most ambitious climate laws in the nation. Learn more at climate.ny.gov/.

New York State's Cap-and-Invest program is a market-based approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by putting a price on carbon pollution, thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions, encouraging innovation, supporting renewable energy, generating revenue, and improving air quality. Learn more at capandinvest.ny.gov/.

Bond Act Funding will support new and expanded projects across the State to safeguard drinking water sources, reduce pollution, and protect communities and natural resources from climate change. Learn more at the Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act page.

For no-cost programs and services for businesses, visit our Services for Businesses page

Visit our Just Transition Principles infographic to learn about how we will create and support a more inclusive clean energy workforce for all New Yorkers. 

Visit NYSERDA's Workforce Development page to learn more about funding and other resources to support a clean energy economy. 

Visit NY Power Authority’s page to learn more about their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) framework.

Looking for work in clean energy?

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