You wouldn't expect a recruiter to suggest you explore your options, before choosing to leave your job. At Hyperion though we treat peoples careers and aspirations with respect and patience. Moving job can be transformative to your life, in many ways. But moving job frequently isn't good for anyone, nor is staying in a job or company that bores you, or gives you no sense of purpose. Purpose is key. Sometimes, as it is suggested here, you may be in the right place, but just need a shake up. Alternatively, you may not be. Taking action is the important thing. If you try to address your boredom and malaise with your current bosses and within your company, and you get no support, and no change, then it's quite simple, you need to move on. But do it on your terms, think about what will give you passion and purpose, and where you can find that. If you are an A-player in Cleantech, Hyperion can probably help.
It’s not uncommon to be generally happy at your organization but miserable in your job. One possible remedy is to consider what kinds of small “changes you can make to bring yourself more fully to your work.” Even if you cannot change your circumstances, “you might be able to change the microenvironment in which you operate.” You could seek out an exciting and immersive project, or join an internal team that will stretch you in new and different ways. You could try to negotiate different work arrangements or schedules, or request a move to a different office. Shaking up your routine and “rejuvenating your commitments” can have a big impact on your outlook and perspective. The key is being deliberate “in what you choose to do, whom you choose to do it with, and where you choose to do it.”