Here’s a post by our Friends at the JOBS Project now featured on Renewable Energy World’s blog HERE. Here’s a quote from the post awaiting you: With the strident partisanism in Washington (clean vs. dirty energy) and the international solar trade debate (China vs. America) in mind I believe President Carter’s words ring true today:
Check out this EXCELLENT post at Grist HERE concerning the rapid, but still too slow growth of renewable energy development in the US. The news is worse for we Folks here in the Southeast. From the post: The state maps showing the concentration of various renewables (too many to show here) also implicitly illuminate the
NCSEA’s annual meeting and conference, Making Energy Work, highlighted many green energy victories for North Carolina in 2011: the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors generated $3,100,000,000 in gross revenues for the year North Carolina is home to two of the Nation’s fastest growing Fortune 50 companies – both renewable energy businesses the clean energy
Daniel Yergin, one of the world’s most celebrated energy thinkers, discusses the future of global energy and his new book on the subject, The Quest, with the Folks at NPR’s Planet Money. Listen to the podcast below.
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Top 5 Reasons to Attend NCSEA’s Making Energy Work Conference Wednesday, November 9th 5. Celebrate NC’s Clean Energy Economy 4. Gain CEOs’ Insight on Clean Energy’s Future 3. Get the Scoop on the 2011 Industries Census 2. Hear Latest on the Duke-Progress Merger 1. Network and Build Relationships This has been an eventful year for