ENVIRONMENT NEWS

Career in the Green Industry

2016-07-22 17:12:58

With the Green Industry growing and the demand for energy efficiency only rising, what are some of your options for a career? We’re going to take a look at some to give us an idea of the variety and even encourage ideas to sprout new ones.

 


Being green has become as important in our homes and in business as any other analysis. Going green is now a staple in cost and energy control, so how are some ways someone can take part in this focus as a career?


One way involves solar energy as a Solar Power Installer. Accounting for about 700,000 jobs all over the world, manufacturing and installation of solar power products is only growing. How about the wind? A Wind Turbine Fabricator accounts for over 300,000 jobs worldwide. Whether by the ocean or on open fields, wind energy is great for collectingfree energy and producing an electrical output.

 The fabrication of the turbine metal work is a great opportunity for workers to adapt their past experience to an on demand purpose that is only growing. Recycling – yes the simple reuse of our products to prevent waste. This eco-friendly industry has been around for some time, but plays an immeasurable part in going green with our industrial life style. In Steel, 42% of our output was produced out of scrap in the year 2016. How about an Urban Planner? Even the design of our living environment has taken on green strategies to play its part. This is done part through better transportation systems and increasing the use of non-pollutant vehicles such as human powered transportation, i.e. bicycles. 

With so many opportunities in business, being Green will be happily unavoidable. Every industry is being affected by the demand to lower energy cost and reduce the carbon footprint. Toys are being made out of recycled plastic, reusable energy all around us, and an economy demanding better resource usage leads us into the future. The defined line of a Green Business will be blurred to encompass everything we do. Out of necessity, we are being forced to be smart with business and our resources. Is it too little too late, or is it just the beginning?

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