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The essential interpersonal role of energy managers

Sarah Jolliffe AMEI, Energy Manager at BAM Nuttall, was highly commended in the Energy Champion category at the 2019 EI Awards. Here, she speaks to Energy World about the importance of human behaviour in energy management – and of cutting carbon at civil engineering sites.

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EW Jan 2020 pp34-35.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Energy efficiency - Human factors - People and behaviour -

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