Green Engineering’s New Charge
To grow the talent needed to fuel green energy’s future, institutions from universities to labor unions are focusing on “green-collar” job training. At GE, we’ve hired hundreds of engineers in the last few years, and we’ve found that, while traditional experience is important, a broad range of skills, from chemistry to software development are crucial. But we’ve also uncovered a few common threads among successful green engineers.
Manyphay Souvannarath is one of those successful engineers here at GE. As a senior systems engineer for smart grid, she has learned first hand the qualities needed to excel in green engineering, and have opportunity for years to come.
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