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  • Michael Ewert
    Unfortunately the Senate is off to a bad start, not supporting the House bill. Please let our senators (who did not support it) know how you feel. There is
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 7, 2007
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      Unfortunately the Senate is off to a bad start, not supporting the House bill.  Please let our senators (who did not support it) know how you feel.  There is still hope of a decent compromise bill.


      In other news, see below the ASES email if you are looking for a renewable energy job.


      From: Brad Collins, American Solar Energy Society [mailto:cbeach@...]
      Sent: Friday, December 07, 2007 11:07 AM
      To: mewert@...
      Subject: ASES Alert: Big Solar Vote



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      Energy Bill Passes the House!
      - Please Call Your Senator Today -

      This is the moment of truth. The time for action is right now.

      Thanks to solar energy supporters like you, the U.S. House of Representatives
      passed the Energy Independence Act of 2007 yesterday by a vote of 235 to 181.

      This is one of the most important pieces of energy legislation ever - extending
      solar tax incentives, increasing fuel efficiency standards, and creating a
      15% federal renewable energy portfolio standard by 2020. Now it heads to the
      Senate for a vote expected later today or tomorrow.

      Time is short. Your help is urgently needed to get this bill passed in the Senate.

      1) Contact your U.S. Senators today and urge them to pass the Energy Bill
      to help promote energy independence. Also, ask them to rally their colleagues
      to support this vital piece of legislation -- especially these key colleagues below.

      Simply click the Senator's name to find the phone number. Other numbers are at:

      2) Forward this email to friends and family, especially to those who live in the
      states listed above, to encourage them to also contact their Senator today.

      3) If you're a blogger, please also spread the word online.

      Together, we can extend powerful solar incentives, improve fuel efficiency,
      and ensure 15% of U.S. electricity comes from renewable sources of energy
      like solar and wind by 2020.

      Remember, the Senate vote is expected to take place today or tomorrow
      so please take action right now. Your phone call, your support could make all
      the difference.

      We thank you for your continued support.

      With sincere thanks,

      Brad Collins
      Executive Director,
      American Solar Energy Society

      Boulder , Colorado




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      American Solar Energy Society | 2400 Central Ave , Suite A | Boulder | CO | 80301

      From: Stacey Garland [mailto:sgarland@...]


      Please find a brief job description for this Minneapolis based opportunity. 


      Construction Mgr who’d like to play a major role in the development of a dynamic, growing & family friendly Energy company. Their intention is to develop, own & operate Wind farms.  There is a large project starting up in 2008 & it’s crucial to get this person in place for preconstruction assistance.  Engineering/Construction Mgt degree needed. This person will be coordinating all construction activities for the client projects & the projects being built by their customers.  The mgr will lead the budgetary process, contractor evaluation & selection.  Must have supervised multiple PM’s as well as have multiple wind projects under their belt.  Competitive salary, bonus potential & private stock options.


      My goal is to help people take their careers to the next level.  If you hear of anyone that is ready for a strategic career move, please pass on my information.


      Thank you!


      Best regards,



      Stacey Garland




      Industrial Division


      Phone: (828)251-9900, Ext.525

      Fax: (828)251-9955




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