Jan 2, 2024

BOSTON – With the increased interest in clean energy, there are nearly 2,000 electrical apprentices now training in Massachusetts to fill jobs.

“We’re training folks to install solar, we’re training folks to install EV chargers and how to work on wind turbines,” IBEW 103 business manager Lou Antonellis told WBZ-TV.

In Dorchester, $10 million just went into renovations at the union’s Joint Apprentice Training Center. The upgraded facility is designed to train future union electricians with state-of-the-art technology.

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