Energy World January 2014
Energy use in industry and commerce – this issue includes three articles which cover the energy demand side; from the effectiveness of energy efficiency measures and energy monitoring, through energy price movements, to the case for businesses to go ‘off-grid’ or at least generate some of their electricity needs on-site. Or how about buying energy from locally-based energy suppliers?
This issue is also the first to be published during the Energy Institute’s 100th anniversary – see page 26 for the first in a series of commemorative articles.
Last, we include a feature on careers, skills and training in the energy industry. London joins Aberdeen as EI branches with a Young Professionals Network; and we look at skills solutions for the utilities and nuclear energy sectors.
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- Journal title: Energy World
- Publisher: Energy Institute
Content in this issue:
Carbon, coal and climate change - Article
Plugging a UK energy skills and recruitment gap - Article
Meeting the demand for nuclear training in the UK - Article
EED article 8, the UK and ESOS - Article
CCS - generation cost implications - Article
Despite EU energy targets, investment hopes still low in Europe - Article
Metering, monitoring and management – seeing and saving energy use - Article
Power to the people - Article
Power bashing - Article
Are fuel cells the future for stationary power? - Article
The EI London YPN – fully formed and in action - Article
Challenges for overseas investment in the UK energy sector - Article
Energy efficiency – a view from the coal face - Article
How businesses can address the risks related to energy consumption - Article
Building a resilient system - Article