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Solar energy workers can now find a second career in solar energy recruiting, with a solar energy farm in southern New Jersey providing the most attractive jobs in the region.
The solar farm is located in Scishow, a community near Trenton that has been a hot spot for solar jobs for years.
The company that manages the solar energy business, SolarPower Renewables, says that the solar farm employs nearly 600 people.
Scishows solar farm in Scishedow, NJ, is one of several solar energy companies looking to expand solar energy to New Jersey.
SolarPowerRenewables has been looking to recruit solar workers for more than a year, and the company is now offering a two-year contract to new hires.
“We are very excited to be adding more jobs to our portfolio,” said Joe DiPietro, CEO of SolarPower, in a statement.
“Our SolarPower team has been doing solar job openings for years and we are thrilled to see this become a more common occurrence in our industry.
We are looking forward to seeing our new employees work with our partners in Scishes solar energy portfolio, including the SolarPower Group, to bring solar energy production to the region.”
The company is seeking to hire approximately 50 people for the position.
In 2016, Scishowing solar energy project started up, bringing in roughly $5 million in solar production from the company.
The Scishower solar farm, which is located just off the New Jersey Turnpike, has produced about 150,000 pounds of solar panels in a two year period, according to the company’s website.
Solarpower Renewables is one in a growing number of solar energy jobs in New Jersey, with companies looking for solar energy workers.
Last year, the state government signed a deal with the New York State Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to create a renewable energy development incentive fund for the state.
Solar Power Renewables currently has projects in the New England region, with projects in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine and Connecticut.
In February, Solar Power announced plans to expand into Connecticut, bringing jobs and jobs opportunities to the state’s solar energy industry.
The state of Connecticut also has a solar power industry tax credit, which helps offset the cost of hiring solar energy employees.