Thursday, November 13, 2008

Suniva Inc. Plans To Bring 100 New Green Jobs To Norcross, Georgia

Suniva Inc. recently announced plans to create 100 new green jobs in Norcross, Georgia by the end of 2009.

The announcement came as Suniva began production at a new solar cell manufacturing facility in Norcross.

When asked why the company chose Norcross as the site of its new operation to spokesperson Wendy Rosen of the Antenna Group has this to say.

“We have a strong relationship with the local and state governments, and a key partnership with Georgia Tech.”

Suniva is currently hiring process engineers and facilities technicians to work on the new line, according to the careers section of the company’s website. It also has openings in its research and development and human resources departments.


The Green Jobs Report has been tracking the creation of new green manufacturing jobs by the manufacturing sectors of the wind and solar power industries since October 24, 2008. 6,360 new green jobs have reported to date.


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