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During the National Hydropower Association's conference in Washington, D.C., earlier this year, I interviewed a veteran in the hydro business, Mike Murphy. Mike, a principal at TRC Solutions, is past president of NHA and the volunteer chairman of the Water Resources Track for the HydroVision International conference.
The renewable energy (RE) industry is growing rapidly, and a wide variety of employment opportunities -- from system design and installation to hardware development and engineering -- are opening up on a regular basis. The first step in finding a career in RE is to assess what skills you have, what skills you'd like to learn, and what type of position would be most satisfying.
I recently attended PennWell's POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe events in Cologne, Germany. This event attracted more than 11,000 registrants ... in a time when the electric power market sector in Europe is, in a word, struggling.
Recent findings from The Solar Foundation (TSF) show an encouraging surge in the number of K-12 schools installing solar power to save money, reduce carbon emissions, and introduce a new generation of children to the very practical benefits of renewable energy.
For the second year in a row at Solar Power International, professional women in the solar industry gathered to network, eat and listen to presentations at the Women in Solar Breakfast. The group, which was informally put together about three years ago by philanthropist and solar industry executive Isabelle Christensen, has now met formally twice. The women come together with […]
Getting a job in the clean energy industry (or, in my experience, the solar industry) isn’t necessarily easy. Most technology-heavy firms tend to have one or two business people for every dozen engineers. So in the interest of helping out those non-engineers who are trying to break in, I wanted to share a few things I learned. My interest in […]
One of these three finalists will be named the 2016 POWER-GEN Woman of the Year during the Power Generation Week keynote session, which takes place in Orlando on Dec. 13.