Refine by:

Availability

Date

Content type

Subjects

Search Results

Results:1 - 10 of 2849 for ! Skills, education and training , domestic,commercial,transport,people and behaviour

Sort by:
  • Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • This issue takes a wider look at energy use in business, from energy purchasing strategies for the first year of this new decade to outsourced energy management services. The second feature looks at careers, skills and training - including moves to establish a framework for training needed in the gr...

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • Includes:How do we inspire our future scientists? Kirsten BodleyDriving engineering excellence Christoph Wiesner and Catherine Condie

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • CONTENTS396  British Gas - The Monophes and Mergers Commission recommends split398  Armenia-Iran pipeline proposal399  Offshore - Well engineering in the 1990s; Shallow gas hazards408  Conference report - South East Asia/Australia offshore conference410  Survival training411...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: Issue

  • This issue covers some of the issues around energy used by commerce and industry in the UK - buying gas, the CRC scheme and reducing energy use in commercial buildinga. We also take a look again at skills shortages in a couple of parts of the energy industry - and some solutions/

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • 2 ViewpointNews3 International News5 Home News22 Institute NewsFeatures8 Electricity trading the NETA way - John Chennells11 Building Rome in a day: software systems for NETA12 Preparing for NETA - IT solutions13 Electricity - Fuel cell energy storage, radio frequency heating, power refurbishment14 ...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: Issue

  • Following the US sahle boom, the big question is 'Where next?' Three special reports examine the prospects for unconventional resources elsewhere and ask 'Boom or gloom?'Faced with volatile oil prices and challeging political environments, similar questions are being asked about more conventional oi...

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • The first of the two main themes of this issue are energy use by industry and commerce. We include articles on the merits of differerent types of supply contractc; future gas prices in the UK; demand response options for companies able to alter their electricity usage at times of network stress; and...

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  • Following the US shale boom, the big question is ‘Where next?’ Three special reports examine the prospects for unconventional resources elsewhere and ask ‘Boom or gloom?’ Faced with volatile oil prices and challenging political environments, similar questions are bei...

    Availability: Online|In the library
    Record type: Issue

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next