Careers in Renewable Energy: Your World, Your Future Updated 2nd Edition by Gregory McNamee
New to the workforce or retooling your career? Grab this handy book and discover how clean energy can be a part of your future. Numerous job opportunities await in the fast-growing field of renewable energy, from blue-collar to white-collar positions.
“It simply doesn't get any better than this. If you buy one book to help you find a career in renewable energy, make it this one. Hands down, the best green job book on the market today.” - GreenMuze staff
“This book is a gem! For those who are searching for a rewarding career in renewable energy, this is the place to start. It is chock full of important information and resources that will guide you on your journey. I highly recommend it.” - Susan T. Schleith, Education Coordinator, Florida Solar Energy Center
“The clean energy economy is booming across the United States and around the world. Careers in Renewable Energy is a sophisticated—and user-friendly—guide for finding meaningful job opportunities in the renewable energy sector.” - Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico
“This book is an enjoyable read, succinct yet complete. It's a must-have for anyone considering a new or different career in renewable energy, or anyone advising them! And if you weren't already considering a new career? You might after you read THIS book!" - Dr. Cortney Martin, Virginia Tech
Career Sectors include: Solar & Wind Energy Bioenergy Geothermal Energy Hydropower Hydrogen Energy & Fuel Cells Green Building & Energy Management Green Transportation Energy Education & Economics
Job Areas include: Technical / Engineering Project Management / Consulting Research & Development Sales & Marketing Trades
Helpful Resources Training & Workshops Universities & Trade Schools Professional Associations / Technical Societies Reference Web Sites / Energy Programs
MEET THE AUTHOR
Gregory McNamee is a writer, editor, photographer, and consultant in publishing, film, and other media. He is the author or title-page editor of thirty-six books, including several on ecology and natural history, and of more than four thousand periodical pieces. He writes on science, culture, the environment, and other topics for many publications in the United States and abroad, and he is a contributing editor to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. McNamee divides his time between his home in Tucson, Arizona, and migratory habitats in Virginia, New York, Italy, and other places.
ISBN 978-1-936555-52-9 200 pages • 6 x 9 paperback illustrated • 2014