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  • Offshore wind power developer Ørsted has announced the winners of the latest annual Skills Funds rounds, part of wider Community Funds administered by the company in areas where it is building or operating offshore wind farms. 

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  • 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-sid...

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  • Aspiring young energy professionals heard from Energy Institute Chief Executive Louise Kingham OBE FEI about the incredible career opportunities available in energy, at the Ørsted Skills Hub, part of RenewableUK’s Global Offshore Wind conference in Manchester in June. Addressing school and univ...

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  • Energy management and purchasing is our first theme this month, starting with an article on how businesses are increasingly turning to buying power specifically from local renewables projects. And, if you want to understand your own organisation's energy ‘culture’, then...

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  • Consistent energy provision is a critical element for the modern global economy. With the energy system undergoing significant change in its transition to a low-carbon system, the ability of the workforce to adapt and train in the relevant skills has become vital. New entrants to the energy sector n...

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  • The need to replace aging infrastructure, along with the arrival of new technologies, means that skilled engineers will be key to realising the UK’s energy transition. But will we have enough? Here, Les Hines considers the skills challenge facing the UK energy sect...

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  • It’s often more cost-effective to improve the performance of buildings and industrial processes through energy efficiency – the so-called fifth fuel – than to generate, supply and purchase more energy. So, once again, energy management is the first theme of this issue, ...

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  • This month’s issue begins with an overview of Africa’s oil and gas sector, where low oil prices are creating ‘winners’ made up of net oil importing countries and ‘losers’ in net oil exporting countries. We also take a closer look at Libya’s descent into a failed state and assess opportunites in Keny...

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  • Local, small-scale, usually renewable energy projects developed and then operated by groups of ordinary people have come to be labeled ‘community energy’ projects. And the sector is growing, notwithstanding a couple of recent setbacks, repo...

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