Generally, the energy law bar in Texas is active with lateral movement. But there’s much less action among lawyers who do renewable energy work, even though Texas has more capacity to produce wind power than any other state.

Robert Kinney, president of Kinney Recruiting, said most firms currently hiring in the energy space “are looking to make sure their benches in traditional energy are up to speed. They are not worried too much about alternatives.”

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