Energy manager says anyone can work in the sector

  Those looking to work in energy management don’t necessarily need to have an engineering background. That’s according to Dan Hubbard, a leading energy manager, who is encouraging graduates studying […]

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By Jonny Bairstow
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Those looking to work in energy management don’t necessarily need to have an engineering background.

That’s according to Dan Hubbard, a leading energy manager, who is encouraging graduates studying different subjects to get involved in the industry.

Speaking at the Energy Live 2016 conference, he said he has a sports science degree and wasn’t really aware of energy management prior to joining the sector and didn’t have any experience as recently as eight years ago.

Mr Hubbard told ELN: “There are so many different skillsets that are required to perform well in that job, it isn’t just engineering that can help. I think that’s the next stage really, tapping into that well of experience that sits across many different sectors.”

His full Energy Live Next session is available to watch here.