ArcVera Renewables launches recruitment drive


ArcVera Renewables, a global provider of consulting and technical services for wind, solar, and energy storage projects, has revised its growth objectives upwards as market demand expands in key renewables project services segments. The company is looking to fill multiple roles in all business areas to support its new targets.

Over the past three years, ArcVera Renewables has experienced strong development with an average 20 percent year-on-year growth. With the Inflation Reduction Act policy driver set to create positive market conditions for renewable energy deployment in the United States, the company forecasts another 30 percent demand increase for its services in 2023 and beyond. In its new strategy update, ArcVera expects to continue reaping the benefits of its diversification into solar and storage in support of hybrid and green hydrogen projects, with solar energy services becoming a key engine of its growth alongside onshore and offshore wind.

ArcVera is looking to fill multiple roles in all business areas to support its new targets. (Courtesy: ArcVera Renewables )

“This steady performance is largely supported by our company’s long-term commitment to continuous innovation, and an intrinsic desire to help renewable energy projects succeed across the globe,” said ArcVera Renewables’ CEO Gregory Poulos. “It has been strengthened by timely investments in key overseas markets, notably South Africa, Brazil, and India. We are now actively seeking new administrative and technical talents to join our teams of atmospheric scientists, engineers, data analysts, and commercial specialists to deliver technical excellence for our clients’ projects around the world and contribute to maintaining our leadership position at the forefront of renewable energy technical innovation.”

For the last four decades, ArcVera has built its success by leveraging expertise at the intersection of science, technology, and engineering to meet some of their clients’ most complex project technical challenges. Its teams mobilize their advanced technical expertise and decades of global experience to provide trustworthy, insightful, risk-mitigating, and accuracy-driven renewable energy project services.

“2022 has been a great year for ArcVera and its clients,” Poulos said. “We were particularly excited to see the billion-dollar acquisitions of Scout Clean Energy and TriGlobal Energy, two loyal clients, whose projects we have proudly supported from company inception. These success stories underpin what ArcVera really stands for, which is to provide our clients with a significant technical edge to increase their projects’ value. We will keep doing what we do best and seize the new opportunities presented by the IRA to accelerate our growth next year.”

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