Green Energy Jobs - Making the World a Better Place

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The energy industry is filled with a wide variety of jobs in many different sectors of the economy. And thanks to the recent rise in awareness of the need for alternative energy sources, green energy jobs in particular are booming. There simply aren't enough people in the industry to keep up with the need for people who are qualified to develop new ways of harnessing the power of the wind and the sun. Green energy is emerging as a hot industry to get involved in. If you want to be in a cutting-edge industry and make money while you're at it, then take a look at green energy.

The most common green energy jobs have to do with developing and innovating new and better ways to harness some of the most plentiful resources that the Earth has to offer: the wind and the sun. The government has been under a lot of pressure lately to provide people with green energy options, and, in order to do this, they need qualified people to brainstorm and evaluate current methods in order to be able to improve those methods and even come up with new ways to provide alternative energy resources to people.

Solar energy is particularly popular in areas that receive a lot of sun, uninterrupted by darkness or cloud cover. Deserts and more temperate areas are hotbeds of solar energy. Areas like these boast green energy jobs in spades. Since this industry is still something of a new, young industry, there isn't too much competition for the jobs. But this is quickly changing as society becomes more and more aware of the need to find alternative energy sources and to make those options efficient and more widely available. This can potentially lower energy bills for people as well as preserving the Earth's resources.

Wind energy is also an option for sustainable energy. Wind is available in more locations than reliable sun exposure, so wind energy may even provide more green energy jobs than solar energy can. You can work on wind farms to research ways of improving the current wind energy generation technology. By getting involved in the green energy industry, you're not only investing in your future, but in the future of the world and its resources as well. It's a great way to contribute to society and make sure that the world is a better place for future generations.

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Jul 21 High Voltage Switchperson
High Voltage Switchperson safely operates and switches transformers to de-energize or energize wind turbines following written switching orders. This includes testing for voltages and applying LOTO.
Abilene Blattner Energy, Inc. Not Specified
Jul 12 Journeyman Lineman (U17-137)
Journeyman Lineman (U17-137) $43.81
Various Portland General Electric 43.81 - 0.00 Per Hour
Jul 11 Environmental Specialist II - CEMS
This position provides data transfer, quality assurance, and reporting support for Continuous Emissions Monitoring systems (CEMS) for Duke Energy's Midwest fleet.
Plainfield Duke Energy Not Specified