Energy Industry Learning Challenges

August 21, 2019

The energy industry employs approximately 6.5 million Americans today. According to a recent U.S. Energy and Employment Report, approximately 65,000 net new jobs were added in 2018. Today’s global energy sector organizations are struggling to balance talent shortages with changing skillsets. They also need to address workforce demands for opportunities to progress in their careers and job flexibility

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Ecofirst is one of the country's leading renewable energy technology installation companies. With extensive experience in Solar PV, Solar thermal, Biomass and heat pumps Ecofirst delivers a wide range of solutions to the domestic and commercial market. Clients include national house builders, government agencies as well as householders.

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US businesses are benefiting from an innovative approach to energy

Infographic | December 28, 2019

AER Worldwide, an electronic waste recycler, wanted an energy investment that could add value to its property and strengthen its commitment to the environment. We installed a solar energy solution at its headquarters that will generate approximately 361,819 kWh of clean energy per year – saving almost $4 million and removing the equivalent of 259 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere.

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Solar Wind Power by the Numbers

Infographic | March 25, 2021

Despite the global pandemic, the U.S. utility-scale solar generating capacity grew by 4,238 MW in Q4'20, capping a year of steady additions amounting to 10,023 MW. This is an increase of 77.8% in capacity additions from 2019. U.S. now has 49,124 MW of installed utility-scale solar capacity. Meanwhile, the wind industry added 7,248 MW in the quarter and 13,829 MW of capacity in 2020, an increase of 48% from 2019.

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Solar heat for cities the sustainable solution for district heating

Infographic | December 19, 2019

SDH is a large field of solar thermal collectors supplying solar energy to the heat network of a neighbourhood, a village or a town. This field is supplemented by a heating centre, which provides additional energy to meet all the heating needs of connected residential, public or office buildings. The heat network can likewise be supplied with surplus energy of collectors installed on the roofs of those buildings.

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Capturing the Renewable Energy Shift

Infographic | March 16, 2021

As the impacts of climate change and the importance of decarbonization have started to become clear, it’s hard to ignore the ongoing shift towards embracing renewables. Today, the renewables energy market has already become the energy industry’s biggest driver of growth, and both governments and businesses have been pressed to solidify their commitments to green energy. This infographic from eToro highlights the many developments propelling the shift towards renewable energy, and shines a spotlight on what investors should expect in the market.

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Supporting Your Energy Journey

Infographic | January 19, 2022

The need to decarbonize has become a priority for organizations around the world. While some businesses have already set targets to lower their carbon footprint and become more sustainable, others have yet to begin this journey. In this white paper, Shell Energy charts the path to decarbonization solutions.

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The Power of Green Investing

Infographic | January 28, 2020

Most environmentally conscious people know that every purchase they make has an impact. The products you buy and the companies you support are a small way to make a difference in the world. That’s why many people opt for more sustainable options, choosing responsibly-sourced goods and recyclable materials whenever possible. Where we put our money matters.

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Ecofirst

Ecofirst is one of the country's leading renewable energy technology installation companies. With extensive experience in Solar PV, Solar thermal, Biomass and heat pumps Ecofirst delivers a wide range of solutions to the domestic and commercial market. Clients include national house builders, government agencies as well as householders.

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