Clean Energy Trends 2013
Clean Energy Trends 2013 Report from Clean Edge, Inc.
From Clean Edge Inc.
Clean Edge, a leading authority on the clean-tech market, released its 12th annual Clean Energy Trends report.
Last year was a challenge for the clean energy sectors. Layoffs, bankruptcies, decreased funding, and politics, beleaguered the industry. This year, politics are in play again; assaults on state-backed renewable portfolio standards are being mounted on several fronts.
There is plenty of good news too however.
The need for clean tech hasn’t gone away however. The world population continues to expand, straining precious resources of clean air and water. Climate change has undoubtedly played a role in an ever increasing number of weather disasters. The Obama administration has redoubled efforts to grow renewable power and energy efficiency. Clean-tech is increasingly competitive in terms of pricing, wind and solar are reaching cost parity in both utility-scale and distributed markets. (more…)
Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology 11/27/2012
This week our top Clean Tech recruiting priorities are for: Regional Sales Manager and Strategic Account Manager – Solar Photovoltaic; Senior Mechanical Engineer – Clean Energy; Business Development – Energy Efficiency; Mechanical Engineer – Electric Vehicle Charge Systems; Product Design Engineer – Energy Storage; Mechanical Engineer – Clean Energy; and (more…)
Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology 11/13/2012
This week our top GreenTech recruiting priorities are for: Regional Sales Manager and Strategic Account Sales Manager – Solar Photovoltaic; Software Developer – Solar Technology; Data Center Sales Engineer and Business Development Manager – Energy Efficiency; Mechanical Engineer – Electric Vehicle Charge Systems; Product Design Engineer – Energy Storage; Lead Plant Operator and Instrumentation & Controls Technician – Wholesale Power; and (more…)
Green Energy Trends
Energy Information Administration long and short term predictions
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) has made some preliminary trend predictions for the U.S. Energy market, in its “AEO2011 Early Release Overview” and “Short-Term Energy Outlook” reports.
Natural gas production is projected to increase at more competitive prices. This is due in part to technological improvements in natural gas extraction technologies and in part to the assumed doubling of the rate at which shale gas resources are tapped into. (more…)