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What Exactly is Renewable Energy?

Renewable energy, often referred to as clean energy, comes from natural sources or processes that are constantly replenished. Some examples of renewable energy sources are solar energy, wind energy, hydropower, geothermal energy, and biomass energy. These sustainable energy sources are often called “alternative energy” because they’re considered to be an alternative to traditional fossil fuels such as oil and coal.

Let’s take a look at just a few of the fastest-growing jobs in this sector.

Civil engineers for renewable-energy companies are expected to see 10.6% job growth by 2026.

Financial analysts for renewable-energy companies are expected to see 10.9% job growth by 2026.

Wind-turbine service technicians are expected to see 96.3% job growth by 2026.

Solar photovoltaic installers are expected to see 104.9% job growth by 2026.

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BRITE Energy Innovators

BRITE’s mission is to empower founders to launch energy technology solutions.

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Chatham University

With the growing awareness of the systems that underpin all aspects of society, sustainability and food studies professionals are increasingly in demand. The Falk School of Sustainability & Environment not only prepares students for those opportunities, it assists them in finding them and in launching personally and professionally rewarding careers through the services of a dedicated career counselor, experiential learning opportunities, and our wide network of alumni.

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Coalfield Development Corporation

Coalfield’s Development Corp.’s mission is to incubate and invest in employment-based social enterprises. They facilitate professional, personal, and academic development for people facing barriers to employment. They lead and collaborate on community-based revitalization projects.

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CREATE Lab

The Community Robotics, Education and Technology Empowerment Lab (CREATE Lab) at Carnegie Mellon University explores socially civic technology innovation and data understanding and communication, in partnership with community, and in support of community goals.

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Duquesne Light Company

At Duquesne Light Company (DLC), we like to think we’re larger than light. For more than a century, we have been working around the clock to deliver a safe and reliable supply of electricity to our nearly 600,000 customers in Allegheny and Beaver counties.

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Eastern PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation (EPCAMR)

The general purpose of the organization [EPCAMR] is to encourage the reclamation and redevelopment of land affected by past mining practices. This includes reducing hazards to health and safety, eliminating soil erosion, improving water quality, [and] returning land affected by past mining practices to productive use, thereby improving the economy of the region.

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Exus Management Partners

To create a global platform for management of renewable energy assets for third-party investors and the creation of a liquid secondary marketplace for the trading of renewable energy securities.

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FracTracker Alliance

FracTracker Alliance maps, analyzes, and communicates the risks of oil, gas, and petrochemical development to advance just energy alternatives that protect public health, natural resources, and the climate.

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Green Building Alliance

GBA definitively transforms how we build communities, from the materials we use, to the structure of buildings, to the plans and policies that set new standard for the future.

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InvolveMINT

involveMINT is a Community Exchange Network – a marketplace for community service and local business resources. The Community Exchange Network empowers citizens to adopt impactful projects, solve problems, and create livelihoods through a currency exchanged among a community network of goods and services.

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