Recruiting Priorities: Mobile Platform, Financial Services Software, Networking; and Environmental Commodities Jobs 4-30-2013

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Priority Jobs

Recruiting Priorities Mobile Platform, Financial Services Software, Networking; and Environmental Commodities Jobs

Redfish Technology Tuesday Jobs Madness

 

This week our top recruiting priorities are in Mobile Platform, Financial Services Software, Networking; and Environmental Commodities: Channel Accounts Director – Mobile Platform; Product Marketing Director – Mobile Financial Services; Technical Support Engineer – Networking; Business Development Manager – Environmental Commodities; Sales Account Executive and Senior UI-Visual Designer – Social Technology Platform; and Read more »

Affordable, Scalable Clean Energy Storage and Reuse – A Revolution for the Hydrogen Economy?

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Hydrogen Electrolyzer Freezer-SizeAffordable, Scalable Clean Energy Storage and Reuse

A Revolution for the Hydrogen Economy?

Clean Tech Trends

An exciting new discovery has been made by Canadian scientists that would allow the electrolysis of water for hydrogen generation. The discovery would allow renewable energy to be stored and reused at a cost of 1000 less than technologies previously developed.

 

One of the biggest impediments to affordable renewable energy use on a mass-scale has been timing. Peak use does not necessarily coincide with peak production of wind and solar energy, and storing the energy has not been an affordable option.

 

Such energy is clean and renewable, but it’s available only when the sun is shining or the wind is blowing. The new technology opens the door to homeowners and energy companies being able to easily store and reuse solar and wind power.

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Recruiting Priorities: Green Energy, Enterprise, e-Learning & Software Jobs 2/19/2013

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2013-02-19 Wordle Recruiting Priorities: Green Energy, Enterprise, e-Learning & Software Jobs

Redfish Technology Tuesday Jobs Madness

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This week our top recruiting priorities are in Green Energy, Enterprise, e-Learning & Software: Embedded Firmware Engineer – Solar; I&E Technician – Wind; Product Marketing Manager & Channel Marketing Manager – Enterprise Search Engine; Senior Professional Services Engineer – Tablet, eCommerce; Senior Back End Developer & Regional Director of Managed Services – eLearning; Senior QA Engineer – Social Technology Platform; and Read more »

Recruiting Priorities: Cloud, SaaS, Enterprise, Wind & Solar Jobs│Redfish Technology 2/5/2013

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Priority Tech Jobs 2-5-13Recruiting Priorities: Cloud, SaaS, Enterprise, Wind & Solar Jobs

Redfish Technology Tuesday Jobs Madness

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This week our top Cloud, SaaS, Enterprise, Wind & Solar recruiting priorities are: Senior Project Manager – Cloud Computing;  CTI Engineer – SaaS ; Senior Back End Developer – eLearning; Business Development Enterprise – Price Management and Optimization Software; Senior UI Developer – Application Performance Management; Process Engineer – Energy Storage; I&E Technician – Wind; Manufacturing-Process Engineer – Energy Storage; and Read more »

Recruiting Priorities: Tech/Software & Renewables Jobs│Redfish Technology 1/22/2013

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Recruiting Priorities: Tech/Software & Renewables Wordle 1-22-13Jobs│Redfish Technology 1/22/2013

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This week our top Tech/Software & Renewables recruiting priorities are: Senior UI Developer – Application Performance Management; Analytics Engineer Java – eCommerce; Senior Product Manager, Storage & Wan Optimization – Converged IP; Implementation Manager – eLearning; Senior Product Manager – Disruptive Software; Senior QA Engineer – Mobile Advertising; Process Engineer – Energy Storage; I&E Technician – Wind; Process Engineer – Energy Storage; Read more »

Global cleantech to “backtrack” in 2013, predicts consulting & analysis firm Kachan & Co.

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Global cleantech to “backtrack” in 2013, predicts consulting & analysis firm Kachan & Co.

Dallas Kachan

Dallas Kachan

Cleantech venture investment expected to decline even further, corporate involvement to increase, and long-term risks coming in solar, wind, electric vehicles and elsewhere, says company
 

Developments in 2013 will call into question some of cleantech’s traditional leading indicators of health, and risks will develop with the sector’s stalwart solar, wind and electric vehicle and other markets while others will grow, according to cleantech analysis and consulting firm Kachan & Co. Read more »

Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

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Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology

This week our top recruiting priorities are for Project Engineer, Silicone on Glass Lens Molding, Electrical Engineer – Electric Vehicle, Controls & Software Engineer – Clean Vehicles, Business Dev Mgr – Energy Efficiency, I&E Technician – Wind, Embedded System Engineer – Solar Inverters, Project Sales Manager – Solar, Project Manager (PM) – Environmental Software Services, Molecular Geneticist – Renewables/CleanTech, Sr. Sales Representative – IT Asset & Recovery, Mechanical Design Engineer – ESCO, and more. Read more »

CleanTech Trends – Future Growth and Potential

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CleanTech Trends – Future Growth and Potential

An Opportunity for Modern Support of Fossil Fuels and CleanTech

 

Renewable electricity generation doubled from 2006 to 2011. The price of solar, wind, and other clean energy technologies fell. American manufacturers have regained market share in advanced batteries and vehicles.

 

Employment in the CleanTech sector grew by nearly 12% from 2007 to 2010. In fact, during the middle of the recession (2008 to 2009) the clean economy grew faster than the rest of the economy, expanding at a rate of 8.3%; the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) investment in clean energy projects likely spurred much of this growth. Read more »