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Wind Energy Guide....an informative guide to wind power and battery systems.
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Eco-Friendly Fuel Systems
Convert your car to run on water....drive your car using water as fuel while reducing emissions and preventing global warming.
Alternative Fuel Systems.... Learn how to run your car on water, hydrogen fuel systems, make biodiesel, and save money.
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How to Save Money on your Energy Bills
Ultimate Gas Saver Guide....cut your gas spending in half.
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Socially Responsible Recycling Business....learn the secrets to recycling cell phones and protect the environment.
Clean Energy Grants from the US Government
Learn about Renewable Energy Grants from the US Government....tutorial for writing grants and getting funds for clean energy programs from the government.
Federal Grant Sources....search for renewable energy grants for your state.
Wind Industry Jobs
Construction of and manufacturing wind turbines and their components offers major employment opportunities, often building on existing engineering skills and raw materials. In rural areas, wind power can bring investment and jobs to isolated communities. Hosting wind turbines provides farmers with a steady income while allowing them to continue using their land. In the developing world, stand alone wind turbines offer a potential electricity supply to millions of people in remote regions.
The result has been a growing list of new nations wanting to join the wind power boom. In China, the initial target is for wind power generation to reach 5,000 MW by 2010. By 2020, China aims for as much as 30,000 MW produced by wind alone.
There are wind power projects around the world, delivering to construction sites as far away as Africa, Japan, and Australia. In the future, as the industry expands, the machinery will be made locally, creating many new industries and new jobs.
As the industry its unprecedented growth, the demand for technical expertise is being extended to other areas such as PR, community liaison, and environmental impact specialists. The renewable energy industry offers capable and energetic individuals vast potential to succeed in an industry that is growing faster than any other. The international appeal of the wind industry means that individuals with additional language skills are especially valued.
The successful implementation of wind energy projects tend to rely on a wide partnership of players, both large and small. Therefore it is possible to choose to work with either small companies providing niche products or very large companies, like international power utility giants, whom are now developing wind energy teams.
There are an increasing number of special employment areas within the wind power industry. Most of the job vacancies require engineering, networking, and IT backgrounds. Others offer good opportunities for individuals who lack direct experience within the wind industry, but who have enthusiasm and useful skills that are applicable. A few of the burgeoning wind industry job openings are in these sectors:
• Turbine manufacturers
• Component subcontractors
• Blade manufacturers
• Project management
• Finance and legal experts
• Planning and environmental liasons
• Site testing
• Tower manufacturers
• Grid Connection
• Green Energy Sales
• Small wind systems installation
As you can see there is a need for skilled labor in the wind power industry. Many wind power firms are offering employment with very nice benefit packages to employees with technical backgrounds and construction backgrounds. Travel will be a nice perk, also. Many online job recruiters regularly post openings on the Internet. For starters, why don't you sign up on Monster and get free alerts for Wind Power jobs. They currently have over 300 wind energy jobs you can view on the Internet. Monster also has wonderful resume writing tools for free that can seriously increase your chances to find a jobs in the wind industry.
You can also view the many suppliers in the wind industry on our Wind Power Suppliers page.