Smart Things You Should Ask Your Boss When You Get a New Assignment

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When your boss gives you a new task to integrate into your routine, the idea of asking questions may seem intimidating. After all, you don’t want to both them with minutia and may be inclined to believe they provided you with all of the information you need to get the job done right. But, there… Read more »


How to Navigate the Challenges of Being a First-Time Manager

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Making the transition to management can be exciting, but it is also fraught with challenges you may not have encountered before. Typically, the skills and experience that allowed you to advance to this level aren’t the ones you will rely on going forward as you won’t be participating in the daily activities that were once… Read more »


2012 Was a Hot Year for U.S. Solar Installations

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The solar installation business absolutely sizzled in the U.S. this year – according to a new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM research, the final numbers on 2012’s solar installations are expected to increase nearly 75% from 2011. What’s powering this tremendous success – and will the outlook remain so bright? Renewable… Read more »


Winds of Change – The Global Wind Power Market for 2013 and Beyond

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The wind power industry is reaching maturity, signaled by the end of incubator-like protection and financial support from governments worldwide. As might be expected, the industry is predicted to face some bumps in the road in 2013 as it struggles to find its place independently in the global economy. Here’s a look at the progress… Read more »