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Employees in information technology jobs, especially higher-level employees, sometimes feel stuck in the IT field. But in today’s job market, IT professionals are highly valued in a variety of industries. If you are wondering how you can make the switch, in today’s article we have collected a number of tips to help you be successful… Read more »

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Here’s something interesting. Issues of security and of cyber terrorism have really come into the spotlight in recent years as more incidents of hacking have released personal data and even compromised business for multiple major corporations. The nuclear power industry is recognizing the threat of cyber attack and responding by building teams of cyber security… Read more »

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There’s a lot of negative public opinion of nuclear energy in the U.S. and around the world. The truth is that large scale accidents and natural disasters of the past have embedded the dangers associated with nuclear power generation into the minds of the general population. Concerns about public safety and improper disposal of nuclear… Read more »

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American demand for electricity is growing at a faster rate than ever before. With concerns about atmospheric pollutants and the effects of global climate change at the forefront of our minds, nuclear power is recognized as a reliable, carbon-free option. The environmental impact of electricity generation varies significantly depending on the power source. Coal, for… Read more »

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It is plain to see that the solar power market is booming across the country. Jobs in the industry have continued to bypass expected growth rates as more and more solar power companies are joining the race to provide residents and businesses with clean, renewable energy. In 2014, the solar industry added jobs to the… Read more »

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(ESGI has many cyber security experts currently working at our nation’s energy producers and distributors–please ask us how we can safeguard your assets). Officials working to protect the nation from online threats are casting a wide net as they seek to guard against hackers and foreign governments targeting the United States. Lately the focus has… Read more »

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(The second phase of the Urenco USA uranium enrichment plant is now fully operational, with the plant working at a capacity of 3.7 million separative work units (SWU). ESGI supplied up to 80 of the engineers and construction management that was instrumental in building this facility.) The first phase of the New Mexico plant began… Read more »

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Abdualaziz Alqahtani grew up in oil-rich Saudi Arabia. But after studying at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, the engineering student is eager to return to his native country to work on another form of energy. The 25-year-old graduate student says he would like to work at one of the 16 nuclear power plants Saudi… Read more »

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Energy Services Group International, Inc. (ESGI) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Master Services Agreement (MSA) with KeyLogic Systems Inc. (KeyLogic). KeyLogic is a leading provider of IT solutions and management consulting, and is focused on the federal government as its primary customer. With practice areas as diverse as Energy/Environmental Management, National… Read more »

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An American Physical Society group chaired by Roy Schwitters reports that if U.S. nuclear plants continue to shut down instead of extending operations the nation risks losing 60 percent of its clean electricity production starting as soon as 2030. That’s the baseload share that runs 100% of the time and is the lowest cost electricity… Read more »