News: What’s caught our eye? 3rd – 9th January

Each week we provide a summary of our latest news, announcements and other renewable energy news stories from around the world that we've found interesting.

Some sustainability-focused resolutions to consider!
Happy New Year to our network! Are you looking for some inspiration for the coming year? Here’s a nice take on New Year’s resolutions from, with a focus on sustainability.
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NY supply chain investment boost
NY Governor Kathy Hochul has pledged $500m investment in the state’s offshore wind industry, including developing and expanding its ports, manufacturing and supply chain infrastructure – the move will create more than 2000 jobs and deliver over $2bn in economic activity.
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We’re attending Intersolar North America – 13-15 Jan!
Our Onshore Renewables Managing Director Jamie Taylor and Managing Consultant for the US, Lewis Wright are looking forward to attending Intersolar North America & Energy Storage North America 2022 in California. Will you be there? Grab a coffee and catch up with the team about your 2022 hiring plans and how we can support.
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Featured role: Global Procurement Lead – Solar
A fantastic opportunity to join one of the world’s top solar energy developers as Global Procurement Lead. This is a key hire and you’ll have extensive experience in the global solar supply chain, high-value contract negotiation and allocation, and a strong track record of success. You’ll be based in the UK, EU or USA, with the flexibility to work remotely.
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