It's Passion That Will Lead to Brighter Nuclear Future

March 31, 2014 by Milton Caplan

Last month I talked about innovation in the nuclear industry focusing on the perception that nuclear is not innovative. Since then I attended the Canadian Nuclear Association annual conference. Its theme this year was “Developing the next generation,” focusing on developing the workforce of the future.[read more]

Are CleanTech Industry Jobs Going Soft or are they Just Already Filled?

April 26, 2010 by Shonda Ranson

 This past week, I was able to attend the 2nd annual SolarTech conference (held in San Ramon, CA, this year). Half of the agenda was slated for workforce issues, but those attended the break out sessions were the proverbial choir.  The room was filled with startups and training groups who offered certifications and classes in...[read more]

Four fearless futures for nuclear energy in America

December 6, 2009 by Dan Yurman

It’s not too early to think about what needs to be done in 2010 Claims that one will turn over a new leaf in January, via new year’s resolutions, often get a bum rap. For example, will you go to the gym and lose all extra pounds gained during the holiday season? Usually, the rap is deserved because our good intentions fade by the time...[read more]