Viewing Posts from September, 2011
After the AWWI meeting, a co-worker and I took the train to the end of the line and arrived in Lynchburg,Virginia. On our first day we visited a planned community wind site—a first for the area.
2. Work in partnership with your employees. When benefit changes are explained solely from the company point of view, this tends to set up a defensive dynamic to your benefit discussions. Any communication should come from the frame of mind that you and your employees are in this together. Your success is intertwined.
Metrics In 1927 the gauge on the Mad River registered 19.5’, the highest ever recorded. Last night it reached 19.0’. Now it’s back down to 6’, three feet above normal. The whole cycle from a lazy summer river to a raging destroyer back to a pastoral river took less...
Smog Image by pixieclipx via Flickr
Contrary to what it may feel like here in the U.S., the wind industry is booming. I was reminded of this recently when Steve Sawyer, Secretary General of the Global Wind Energy Council, spoke at NRG Systems. It was a good time for a reminder.