December 31st, 2018 | by Jake Richardson
A program has been created by HBI and IREC to help at-risk youth get jobs in the solar power industry. Solar power job training and credentialing can help the target audience gain valuable skills and experience to help them advance in their careers. There are several million Americans who are in the 16-24 year-old age bracket who are not working or enrolled in school. Solar jobs are skilled and pay much better than typical fare for this age group such as working in the fast food industry.
May 28th, 2018 | by Nexus Media
Staring down the barrel of a hotter, drier, more turbulent world, the next generation of American leaders is eager to find a solution to climate change, and they are agitating for progress in the courts and on the streets. Their passion is a testament to the fact that, sooner or later, we are destined to end its love affair with fossil fuels
November 20th, 2014 | by Sandy Dechert
Want to do something big for the environment when it comes to nonrenewable (aka “dirty”) power? You have about 10 days [&hellip