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Arizona saw major job growth the clean energy sector in 2012.

According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Arizona ranked sixth on a report covering energy and transportation projects.

In 2012, Arizona announced 4,082 renewable and clean energy jobs, most of which were already in operation or progress.

Also on the list was Texas, California and Oregon who made the list for statewide or local policies that focused on spreading industries that worked with solar or wind technologies.

In total, the U.S. created a total of 110,000 clean energy jobs, with California taking the top of the list having created 26,354 jobs.

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