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AEP Recognized As A Top-Scoring Company On Disability Equality Index

- American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) has been recognized as one of the nation's 2016 "Best Places to Work" by the Disability Equality Index (DEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on disability-friendly company policies, programs and practices. More...

Report claims clean energy jobs grew 15.7% in Pa.

By Andrew Maykuth, The Philadelphia Inquirer - More than 66,000 Pennsylvanians worked last year in the clean energy industry at 5,900 businesses, up 15.7 percent from 2014, according to a report compiled by two advocacy groups. More...

More than 66,000 'clean energy' jobs exist in Pennsylvania

By Jared Stonesifer, Beaver County Times, Pa. - Pennsylvania has more than 66,000 jobs within the "clean energy" industry and nearly 6,000 businesses that employ those workers, a new report shows. More...
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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Expands Workforce Training Collaboration with Poland's University Sector

GE Energy - GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Krakow-based engineering school AGH University of Science and Technology to collaborate in the training of a skilled nuclear engineering workforce that will be needed to help develop and operate future nuclear power plants that Poland plans to build to diversify its energy supplies. more...

Hitachi-GE Launch Human Resource Training Program in the Nuclear Power Field in Southeast Asia

Hitachi America Limited - Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd. (Hitachi-GE) today announced that it has started an international human resource training program jointly with the Tokyo Institute of Technology (TITECH) in the field of nuclear power, energy and the environment, mainly for Southeast Asia. more...

U.S. utility survey respondents believe energy prices will rise significantly, place emphasis on growing nexus of water and energy challenge

Black & Veatch - Black & Veatch today released the results of its fifth annual Strategic Directions in the Electric Utility Industry survey in which more than 700 U.S. more...

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By Doug Sterbenz
On: May 27, 2016
This weekend, along with an estimated half million other people from various backgrounds, I will make another trip to Indianapolis, Indiana. more...
By Elsa Cantu
On: May 25, 2016
By continuing to advance technology and lower costs, wind power, America's fastest growing new source of electricity, will stay on pace to grow to supply 10 percent of U.S. electricity by 2020. more...
By Kevin Herring
On: April 20, 2016
Meetings, meetings, meetings. Doesn't every company have too many of them? Questions like, 'What's the point of dragging all of us out of our cubicles when the conversation only pertains to a few?' and, 'Wouldn't more...
By Kevin Herring
On: March 4, 2016
You're not alone. A manager of a fast food restaurant posted a job for a part time food service worker-someone to make sandwiches and serve customers. more...

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