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Oct 4, 2017

Posted by Betsy Lillian on October 03, 2017

Domestic production and use of renewable energy sources continued to show strong growth during the first half of this year, while the consumption of both nuclear power and fossil fuels declined, according to a new analysis from the SUN DAY Campaign.

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Oct 4, 2017

2 October 2017 by Staff at windpowermonthly.com

WORLDWIDE: Vestas cements its number one status, with Siemens Gamesa moving to number two following its merger earlier this year.

We took FTI Consulting figures for 2016 to establish our top ten table of original equipment manufacturers, singling out new installations, global cumulative capacity and the number of markets in which they are currently active for the final order, with a... Read More

Oct 4, 2017


For Immediate Release

Tuesday October 3, 2017


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Oct 2, 2017
A New Way to Think About Labor in North America

September 28th, 2017 | Written by Andrea Durkin


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Sep 28, 2017
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Sep 25, 2017

By: Garrett Groves Sept. 22, 2017


I often use two numbers to describe the big challenge Texas faces in the future: 20 and 36. Only 20 percent of Texas eighth graders in 2006 graduated from college by 2017. And 36 percent of Texas job openings require an associate, bachelor or graduate degree.

In other words, not nearly enough Texas students are graduating with the education needed for the jobs that are available.

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Aug 7, 2017

You're Making Less If You're Not Thinking About Millennials and Gen X

by Bubba Mills

There's a lot of talk about generational differences in real estate consumers, but does it matter  for your real estate business?  Based on data about Generation X and Millennials, the answer is yes.

The "slacker" generation no more

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Jun 28, 2017
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Jun 26, 2017

Jun 23, 2017 by Amy Kover


At 16 years old, the Fenner Wind Farm, near Syracuse, New York, is one of the oldest in the United States. While the towering wind turbines show little sign of slowing down — they churn out 5,500 megawatt-hours of energy annually — their 122-foot fiberglass blades are coming up short by today’s standards. Newer turbines easily produce 20 percent more power using blades that are 16 feet longer but just as light.

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May 5, 2017

Three reasons why manufacturing jobs are suited to millennials

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