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NRG Systems will continue to support the Paris Climate Agreement and its mission to combat the threat of climate change.

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To anyone outside the United States, and rather a lot of people inside America, the current presidential election campaign must seem like the country has lost its collective marbles.

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If you’ve read my past posts, you know I love numbers and finance. If you share those same passions, read on.

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Two weeks ago I returned from the wind industry’s big show, WINDPOWER 2012 in Atlanta. I’ll talk more about my experience in a moment, but on my way there I read the current issue of my old High School magazine.

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During the rough and tumble of everyday life, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the immediate moment and lose sight of the broader perspective. This is true in all areas of our lives. In sports, a defeat can be overwhelming if not viewed as a learning experience.

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As the future of the U.S. wind industry grows less certain day by day, wind farm developers and equipment manufacturers will continue to announce workforce reductions in the US. Driven by steady demand in international markets, they will be moving work, which would have otherwise been done in the US,...

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We enter 2012 in a flood of uncertainty:

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I love the holiday season. Where I grew up, Christmas was the major family holiday with a concentration of visits to the pub followed by overeating and naps. The holiday itself was centered on gift giving surprises, food preparation, more imbibing, and attempts to find batteries which were not included...

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Earlier this month, I was fortunate enough to attend the AWEA Fall Symposium. This year it was held in southern California at a lovely hotel. To any casual observer, it appeared to be a normal corporate networking conference.

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It is fall up here in Vermont and, of course, you know what that means—time to prepare the financial forecasts for the business. (I know some of you thought I was referring to our wonderful foliage season, but I am an accountant—I don’t notice these things.)

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