July 23, 2013

Recruiting Priorities: Enterprise Content Management, Gamification, and Renewables Jobs 7-23-2013

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Redfish Technology Tuesday Jobs Madness

 

This week our top recruiting priorities are Enterprise Content Management, Gamification, and Renewables: Sales Director & Product Management Director – Enterprise Software; Technical Services Manager – Gamification; Electrical Engineer – Electric Vehicles; and (more…)

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July 4, 2013

CleanTech Trends Pop Quiz – Answers to last week’s 10 Questions

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Answers to last week’s 10 Questions

Last week we published a pop quiz to test you savvy on the latest employment, deployment, and penetration rates of the various cleantech sectors.

The answers follow below.

 

1. Which renewable sector deployment grew by 28 percent in 2012 in the U.S.? (more…)

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July 24, 2012

Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

 

This week our top recruiting priorities are in DBA Solar Systems, PHP Developer Solar, Technical Sales Engineer in Solar Energy, Mechanical Design Engineer ESCO, Composite Structures Engineer Clean Tech Aeronautics, Territory Manager Construction Restoration, Battery Pack Systems Engineer in Clean Vehicles, Molecular Geneticist in Renewables, and … (more…)

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May 22, 2012

Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

This week our top recruiting priorities are for Business Development Energy Efficiency, Senior CPV Applications Engineer – Solar, Power Electronics Engineer – Renewables, Electrical Engineer – Electric Vehicle Charge Systems, Field Applications Engineer – Wireless, Controls & Software Engineer – Clean Vehicles, and more. (more…)

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May 17, 2012

Would You Pay 13% More for Clean Energy?

Would You Pay 13% More for Clean Energy?

On average, Americans are willing to pay 13 percent more for “clean” electricity, according to a new paper “Willingness to Pay and Political Support for a U.S. National Clean Energy Standard” by researchers at Yale and Harvard.

13 percent translates to $162 annually that Americans, on average, are willing to on top of their current electricity costs. People favor incurring the additional cost in order to support a National Clean Energy Standard (NCES) requiring that 80 percent of the energy be “clean,” or not derived from fossil fuels. (more…)

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