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PANEL: Bringing the Solar Workforce to the Next Level

APRIL 9, 2024 | Origis Energy Services is proud to sponsor the Solarplaza Summit Asset Management North America 2024. Kimberly Tran, Director Key Accounts for Origis Energy Services will be participating on the panel, New Trends & Challenges in Development. 

February 12, 2024
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Origis Energy Services is proud to sponsor the Solarplaza Summit Asset Management North America 2024. Kimberly Tran, Director Key Accounts for Origis Energy Services will be participating on the panel, New Trends & Challenges in Development, during the summit.

 

PANEL: Bringing the Solar Workforce to the Next Level

During this discussion, we will spotlight the critical aspects of workforce development. Explore innovative strategies, training programs, effective case studies, and initiatives aimed at nurturing a skilled workforce to meet the demands of this rapidly growing sector.

Panel Date  
April 9, 2024

Panelists 
Efrem Bycer, Sustainability, Workforce Policy Partnerships, LinkedIn
Elizabeth Brennan, Chief Operating Officer, Luminace
Andreas Karelas, Executive Director, RE-VOLV
Annette Roberts Webb, M.Ed., Dean of Extension, University of California Merced
Kimberly Tran, Director Key Accounts, Origis Energy Services

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about the speaker

Kimberly Tran

Director Key Accounts

Kimberly Tran brings nearly a decade of energy sector experience, including workforce development, to her role at Origis Energy Services. Since joining the team in 2021, Kim has held successively larger roles working to onboard new projects bridging client objectives with the Origis solar O&M team. She engineered the company’s comprehensive onboarding process. Prior to joining Origis Services, Kim held workforce development related roles with NES Fircrot, a workforce solutions provider to the global energy industry and Progressive, a global staffing company connecting STEM talent with leading companies in the power and utilities, renewable energy, and oil and gas sectors. Kim holds a Bachelor of Science in Social and Behavior Psychology from Colorado Technical University. She resides with her husband in Austin, TX. 

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