The wind Industry Sales Pitch: We will hire hundreds of local people. The reality: It is not the truth, unless they think "local" means the state, region or country, not the county, town or local community. Construction workers say Apex has broken promise to hire local Feb 11, 2020 | Eric Baerren @ebaerren | themorningsun.com Unionized … Continue reading Wind developers breaking promises to hire local.
Local 49 Rally Against Outsourcing Jobs, PUC Decides to Table Decision on Bitter Root Wind Energy Project 2018 | IUOE Local 49, Minnesota Local 49 as well as a coalition of labor unions and clean energy advocates prevailed today as the Minnesota Public Utilities commission (PUC) voted unanimously to place the site permit decision on … Continue reading Local 49 rally against RES Americas, “bait-and-switch” with Minnesota workers.
StatCan just exposed how worthless ‘green’ industries are to Canada’s economy December 19, 2018 | Philip Cross | Financial Post Meanwhile, green energy's marginal and largely meaningless existence will be expensive for both taxpayers and electricity customer Statistics Canada’s release this week of the first estimates of its Environmental and Clean Technology Accounts. StatCan’s green-economy … Continue reading If clean-tech and green-tech are the jobs of tomorrow, as their boosters tirelessly claim, then our job prospects are bleak indeed.
Regulators table Canby area wind farm over labor concerns Union said developer of Bitter Root project relies on out-of-state labor. DECEMBER 6, 2018 | Mike Hughlett | Star Tribune State utility regulators postponed a vote to approve a western Minnesota wind farm Thursday after construction unions criticized the project’s nonunion builder for primarily hiring out-of-state … Continue reading RES Wind project vote postponed opponents cite practice of hiring out of state non-union workers.
RES (Renewable Energy Systems) OWN their own construction company and develop industrial wind for other energy companies. They do NOT hire locally and here is but one example from New York state. We have not found ONE example since they bought their own construction company where they didn't use their own company for the construction. Renewable … Continue reading Sales Pitch: 300 Jobs, The Truth: RES uses their own construction company.
Union laborers in Midtown protest hiring of out-of-state workers at unfair wages to build N.Y. wind energy farm By GINGER ADAMS OTIS | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | OCT 28, 2017 | 10:34 AM New York State Laborers Organizing Fund members hold a rally outside of an American Wind Energy Association investor conference at the Roosevelt Hotel … Continue reading Union laborers in Midtown protest hiring of out-of-state workers at unfair wages to build N.Y. wind energy farm
Cass County IN Property Rights Look at RES’s “local” jobs already going to out-of-state workers. This is a bird and bat counter in a car with Illinois plates TRESPASSING on private property owned by a member of the Cass County Property Rights group. These people are counting birds and bats, likely to say there aren’t … Continue reading RES’s “local” jobs already going to out-of-state workers. Cass County IN
Sales Pitch: Industrial Wind Energy Installations brings local jobs! - MISLEADING or FALSE New York, RES - Promise of jobs falls short as RES decides not to contract for road work locally. Oct. 2017 Copenhagen Wind Farm, New York Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc., recently decided not to subcontract access road construction work to one … Continue reading RES – Promise of jobs falls short as RES decides not to contract for road work locally.
Local construction jobs? Don't count on it. Contracting firm Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc.(RES) , which is headquartered in Colorado, will perform most of the work itself with help from Rock Solid Stabilization and Reclamation Inc., a Wisconsin company. Where are the jobs? Wind projects don’t boost local economies as supporters claim PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, … Continue reading RES – Local construction jobs? Don’t count on it.
Apex won’t keep its word to create local jobs Watertown Daily Times | MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2018 You would think if a big renewable energy company, like Apex Clean Energy, Charlottesville, Va., would be honest in its statements about permanent job creation. In a May 17, 2017, article, the Watertown Daily Times reported that Apex … Continue reading Apex won’t keep its word to create local jobs