SPI 2016 - Leading Renewable Energy Executive Search Firm Sponsors Solar Power International

September 6, 2016 San Francisco: Whitham Group, the leading executive search firm in the renewable energy industries, has been named a Kilowatt Sponsor of the annual Solar Power International conference, held this year in Las Vegas, NV on September 12 – 15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Whitham Group, the leading executive search firm in the renewable energy industries, has been named a Kilowatt Sponsor of the annual Solar Power International conference, held this year in Las Vegas, NV on September 12 - 15 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. More than 600 exhibitors at the conference will be showcasing their products and services, as well as new technologies, by companies from Europe, Asia, North America, and South America.

Carina Whitham, President, reports that job growth in the renewable energy industries…especially solar and battery storage technology…has risen for the past five years. "It's a career path that promises to be expanding for decades as the world grapples with soaring energy needs, decreasing fossil fuels, and climate change. We expect to speak with many of the SPI attendees while we are here."
Salaries for renewable energy executives range higher than most other industries. And qualified, skilled talent is often difficult to find. "We have negotiated some very attractive compensation packages for our job candidates, while also meeting the critical needs of growing renewable energy companies," said Whitham.
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The Whitham Group is a leading Renewable Energy Executive Search Firm headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. http://www.whithamgroup.com

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