Volvo and Siemens Careers Yield Electric Vehicles

More electric vehicles are slated to enter the market as Siemens and Volvo recently announced a partnership to develop these green vehicles. The partnership will help more American drivers decrease their environmental footprint as well as generate more Siemens careers at a time when job opportunities are invaluable. Siemens careers will include the chance to work with Volvo on electrical ...

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DTE Energy Co. Moves Forward with $485 Million Wind Plan

Michigan’s DTE Energy Co. on Thursday was approved for a $485 million renewable wind energy contract that will allow it to purchase 120 megawatts from Tuscola Bay Wind LLC. The contract lasts 20 years and will create up to almost 290 green jobs. The 9,000-acre wind farm that will generate the wind energy that DTE plans to purchase is located ...

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Northern California Power Agency Agreement Creates Geothermal Jobs

Green Technology, Renewable Energy, Job

RENO, NV-based Ram Power, Corp., a renewable energy company focused on the development, production and sale of electricity from geothermal energy and employer of green technology jobs in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America, announced June 10, 2011 that the Northern California Power Agency (“NCPA”) has signed an amended and restated power purchase agreement with Ram Power’s subsidiary, Western GeoPower, ...

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ENERGY STAR Legislation To Create Roughly 17,800 Green Jobs

ENERGY STAR, Green Building, Green Technology

According to ENERGY STAR, the international standard for energy efficient consumer products, many commercial buildings in the District of Columbia and New York City will need to meet ENERGY STAR performance reporting deadlines by this summer. As established by new green building legislation in the District of Columbia and New York City, the law requires the use of the Environmental ...

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Germany Announces Emission-Free Mobility Via Hydrogen Network

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

The development of a German clean energy network of hydrogen filling stations is gaining momentum. The automotive manufacturer Daimler AG, formerly DaimlerChrysler, and the strategic consulting group Linde technology announced June 1, 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany that they plan to open 20 new clean energy hydrogen filling stations in Germany over the next three years. This will more than triple ...

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