Energy World January 2019
In this issue:
Optimising business energy affairs is itself a changing business, with minimising the use of energy now only part of a bigger picture.
We include three articles that describe the new reality – first from a ‘demand aggregator’ stressing the importance of on-site generation and demand-side flexibility. Second on the emergence of energy integration in which heat and electricity flows may be optimised over a multi-business environment; and third on the more volatile, complex and smart future facing energy buyers.
The issue also includes a piece on upcoming changes to energy and carbon reporting schemes; and case studies covering efficient chillers, roof-top PV and buying renewable energy.
Our second feature is training and skills. This includes articles on reskilling coal power station staff so they are able to enter the nuclear industry, and the increasingly recognised importance of inclusion and diversity in the workforce. Mainstream energy management is here as well, in two articles from people involved with training courses from the Energy Institute.
Our usual UK and international update pages are here as well, plus two opinion articles.
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- Journal title: Energy World
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Content in this issue:
Stars of energy world celebrated at EI Awards 2018 - Article
A new role for coal - moving power generation skills to the nuclear sector: Energy transition - Article
Amazon to fit rooftop solar systems across UK premises: energy management - Article
Users have much to gain from flexible energy generation: demand side response - Article
Energy management – evolving with the industry - Article
Energy purchasers ‘largely unaware of DSR possibilities’ - Article
How flexibility is shaping the future for energy buyers: smart futures - Article
Leadership in energy management: professional development - Article
Ørsted Skills Fund supports coastal projects on both sides of the country; skills and training - Article
Integrating energy flows and loads: heat networks - Article
Carbon reporting – towards a streamlined future? - Article
East Suffolk galvanised by offshore energy - Article
Greater diversity will provide the skills that energy needs - Article
Britain’s first carbon capture and usage project on the way? Project Acorn and Drax lead tentative steps towards finally establishing a carbon capture industry (and other short articles) - Article
From the editor: Time to address the intractable fuel poverty problem - Article