A few months ago, I began drafting a blog post on a Clean Energy Standard and what I believed would be a slippery slope of compromise for the renewable energy industry.
Viewing Posts from April, 2011
I’m often asked by colleagues and other business professionals how we are able to recruit star candidates and hire to maintain a top workforce.
Over a longer-than-I-care-to-admit business career in businesses of various sizes and in various stages of development, my colleagues and I have struggled mightily with the challenge of providing affordable, effective, and fair health care insurance to our employees.
Mongolian Family Uses Solar Energy to Power Home
The evolution of names
Over the years, wind power and solar power have had a variety of names.
I recently returned from a quick trip to Beijing – and by quick I mean that I spent almost as much time traveling to and from China as I actually spent on the ground.
One Company’s Journey
NRG Systems has been implementing Lean Manufacturing for almost 15 years. During this journey our focus has changed significantly. In the beginning, with considerable determination and effort, we successfully implemented several key Lean tools.
Cycle Begins Again
I may not have lived through the Arab Oil Embargo, but I am old enough to know that we’ve been here before on national energy policy.
Remembering Fall 2010Late last fall at the AWEA Fall Symposium, I had the fortune to hear former Secretary of State General Colin Powell’s plenary address. He was terrific — insightful, witty and articulate.
Owen Clay speaking with his engineering team
How to build acceptance for something new
As a director of engineering for a manufacturing and technology firm, I find myself performing a balancing act.