A new report from Climate Power, a group that advocates for policies to combat climate change, looks at public announcements from the private sector since the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, and finds that Indiana is in line for only 75 of the 101,000 new jobs in clean energy revealed since the President signed a law last year that includes billions of dollars of initiatives to promote renewable energy and cutting carbon emissions. Jobs identified in the research are spread across 31 states and are tied to 94 new clean energy projects that total almost $90 billion, and Indiana is home to the fewest number of such jobs of any state, one-half of the jobs of the states with the next fewest such jobs. Indiana us in line for $566 million of “new investments made in ongoing clean energy projects,” according to the report, topping only six of the 31 states with such investments.