Manpower requirements for energy conservation: a case study of California

@inproceedings{Wilms1982ManpowerRF,
  title={Manpower requirements for energy conservation: a case study of California},
  author={Wellford W. Wilms and Mccarthy and Ronald W. Moore},
  year={1982}
}
This case study of California's new energy conservation policies concludes the impact of such legislation is qualitative, not quantitative. Substantial numbers of new jobs are not created by these policies, but some new knowledge is required by the existing workforce to adequately comply. The study suggests that the conventional manpower requirements approach to planning that attempts to numerically match supply and demand is not a productive way to plan for qualitative changes in the workforce… CONTINUE READING