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Energy Central Back to School: HR professionals, what skills or experience are you looking for from new graduates? How can those who hope to join the utility industry prepare in school this year?

With Labor Day in the rearview window, students at all levels are firmly back to school. So I want our HR professionals to give the students who see a future in utilities and energy some advice:


DTE Energy’s Tree Trim Academy: Improving Energy Reliability and Changing Lives

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The DTE Energy Tree Trim Academy is a program established to train a diverse cross-section of tree trimmers from the local Detroit community. In addition to the energy reliability component, the program includes aspects to ensure participant success.

A new renewable energy program in Illinois is have wide impacts on the local economy and energy sector

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In order for political will to increase around a renewable future, it will take proving the benefits and opportunities to the wider workforce. The Illinois Future Energy Jobs Act is slowly becoming a model.

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Omnidian Raises $33 Million in Series B Round

New capital will allow the company to further enhance its existing solar platform, continue growth into new market segments and facilitate international expansion. SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Omnidian, the only nationwide...