Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 30, 2013
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden called for a new energy plan for America to create new jobs in clean energy development and 25 percent of our electricity coming from this sector by 2025, World Energy Center, (http://www.worldenergyusa.com), with its world-class consortium of more than 30 companies, cities, colleges, participants' partners and affiliates has answered the call says Larry Hales of Hales Global Group, LLC, consultants providing business development services since 2009, (http://www.halesglobal.com).
World Energy Center, strategically located in Southern California, the nerve center for the nation's leading clean energy corridor, is a large-scale, master planned, fully integrated renewable energy development and industrial center that collaborates with multiple companies on the most technologically advanced renewable energy projects to develop clean energy innovation and create a commercialization Hub to reduce the cost of clean energy and accelerate its worldwide deployment.
World Energy Center aims to create more new jobs and further economic growth says President and COO, Michael Reich, "With billions being spent on new construction projects, long-term manufacturing, engineering, maintenance and management jobs, ancillary growth and service jobs, manpower will be needed for us to succeed. We need to create green job training facilities, educational programs and a number of diversified renewable energy projects will be brought online."
The World Energy Center and its collaborative group of partners expect to build out more than 5,000 Megawatts of solar, geothermal, wind, natural gas and other clean energy projects over the next 15 years. The Center will position the United States as a leader in low cost renewable energy, create tens of thousands of green jobs and educate the next generation of young Americans keeping pace with President Obama's goal and Energy Secretary Dr. Moniz's mandate.
World Energy Center is extremely efficient at Photovoltaic, PV, converting sunlight into electricity. We are building on the development of applicable PV affordable solar renewable clean energy which was born in 1979 and today, "with support from private and public partners, the price of PV systems has fallen in half; however, maintaining such a viable U.S. clean technology industry will require policy makers to advance energy subsidies that will lead to improvements in technology and lower prices." Ian Campbell, Senior Lobbyist with Manchester Associates (http://www.Manchester-Group.com).