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As part of our Keeping Us Connected series we profile an SSE Renewables engineer who is giving up his free time to 3D print face shields for frontline workers across the country.
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A start-up incubator has been launched to harness the skills of furloughed workers in the energy sector for low-carbon projects. Spinning Reserve, which has been created by Rosa Stewart, the head of external affairs for SSE Energy – now part of Ovo Group, aims to tackle negative issues of unemployment and seize an opportunity to upskill fledgling net zero projects.
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As part of our Keeping Us Connected series, we profile Wales & West Utilities gas engineer, Dan Brooks. He describes how interaction with the public – a core element of his role – has drastically changed as a result of coronavirus.
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Cyber-security and resilience are watchwords for every organisation, but how are utilities approaching the increasing threat and what do they consider the greatest risks of tomorrow? Industry experts gathered for a roundtable to discuss concerns and share best practice.
Analysis
A roundtable of HR directors hosted by Energy & Utility Skills found that utilities are in good shape when it comes to putting a proper value on people and skills – but there is much work ahead, says Nick Ellins.
Analysis
With a structured mentoring programme, utilities can enrich the working lives of employees and pass on hard-won experience to the next generation.
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Lee Jones looks at how well prepared Green Deal providers and their supply chains are to deliver the flagship energy efficiency scheme.
Opinion
The East of England is pulling out all the stops to entice offshore wind, gas, oil and nuclear operators. James Gray explains
Opinion
Neil Robertson hasn't gone easy on himself in taking on the chief executive role at EU Skills at a time of chronic skills shortages. He tells Karma Ockenden how he intends to change things
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CRM systems have blighted some utilities' customer service. Gideon Hollander says the problems can now be fixed.
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Most microgeneration installer firms are small, young and regional, leaving the sector vulnerable to 'cowboy' accusations, says Richard Hanna.
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