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Connecticut’s Fuel Cell Industry On the Rise Despite Setbacks

The state of Connecticut is expecting job growth in the fuel cell industry despite some recent setbacks to the sector, according to the New Haven Register.

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Environmental Jobs: EPA Ordered to Evaluate Job Loss

A judge recently ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to quickly evaluate how many power plant and coal mining jobs are being lost due to air pollution regulations.

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Universities Could See Influx of Geology Jobs from Trump?


With Donald Trump securing the presidential election, one of his proclaimed first orders of business is a re-focus on coal production and jobs [read more]

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Geothermal Jobs: 1,000 New York Jobs Now at Risk

More than 1,000 geothermal energy jobs are now at risk in New York due to a tax credit's not being renewed (Image from http://actionheatingandcooling.com/residential/)

Geothermal heating and cooling has been steadily rising in New York, but more than 1,000 jobs are now at risk due to a tax credit not being renewed.

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SunPower Expects to Cut 2,500 More Solar Jobs

SunPower Corp., the number-two solar panel maker in the U.S., has announced that it must cut 2,500 employees, representing roughly 25 percent of its workforce

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New Hydropower Station in Scotland to Bring Hundreds of Jobs

Wind power is picking up speed not only in the United States but also in other parts of the world. The Scottish government has approved a 400MW capacity hydropower station in Dumfries and Galloway.

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Interview Strategies for Green Small Business Owners

When it comes time to make a new hire for your small business, you want to be sure you find someone that is perfect for your green company and its mission.

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