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Grid Alternatives Solar Jobs Panel in D.C. Highlights the Benefits of Workforce Diversity

Posted by C3E Moderator on March 2, 2015 at 11:18am 0 Comments

By Tenley Dalstrom

Diversity and inclusion were among the most-discussed topics during the lively Grid Alternatives Solar Jobs Panel which took place on February 20 in Washington, DC. Expertly moderated by C3E Ambassador Katherine Hamilton, Principal, 38 North Solutions, the panel presented a current overview and a forecast for employment in the industry, discussed how to provide job seekers with the training needed by employers in the field, and emphasized the importance of…


Transitions – Ask for What You Need, by Lisa Frantzis

Posted by C3E Moderator on February 9, 2015 at 2:03pm 0 Comments

This is part of the series of blogs by Ambassadors from across the C3E network.

I spent the first 30 plus years in consulting, effectively at the same job. I was 23 years at Arthur D. Little and then with an acquisition, Navigant acquired our group in 2002, so I continued working with many of the same people, in the same role consulting in the clean and renewable energy sectors. After this much time, I was approached to join Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) in a very different…



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