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SunEdison & GRID Alternatives Team Up On Solar Job Training

Originally published on Solar Love.

Solar power is growing by 20% a year but the industry faces a critical shortage of skilled workers to keep that expansion going. Now, SunEdison, the world’s largest renewable energy development company, and GRID Alternatives, the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer, have teamed up to provide job training for individuals in underserved communities. The two-year initiative,…

 
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