There’s still a lack of awareness about how much the energy industry has to offer. That’s the view of Jaz Rabadia, Senior Energy Manager at Starbucks, who spoke to a group of students at the Energy Live 2016 conference earlier this month to encourage them to join the industry. She told ELN 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 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 […]
Hear from Jason Stocks on the day at Energy Live and the state of the sector.
Hear from David Oliver on the day at Energy Live and the state of the sector.
Hear from David Cockshott on the day at Energy Live and the state of the sector.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU has not had a negative impact on the investment decisions made by UK Power Networks. CEO Basil Scarsella told ELN investors see the UK market as having the “best” regulatory regime. UK Power Networks is a distribution network operator for electricity covering South East England, the East […]
The UK leaving the EU brings opportunities for businesses and is a call to action to take control of their energy use. That’s the view of Gab Barbaro, MD of British Gas Business (BGB), who believes Brexit is short term “just as the financial market in 2009 was a short term incident”. Speaking to […]
Watch the full panel debate covering how we will keep the lights on through the Brexit process. ELN Editor Sumit Bose chairs a debate with Alistair Phillips-Davies the boss of SSE and other leading suppliers and network operators.
Missed the Energy Live Next sessions at EL2016? Watch Nick Boyle, CEO of Lightsource Renewable Energy tell his story about how he got into the industry and inspire the next generation of young professionals.
Missed Energy Live 2016? Watch the full ‘Politics, energy & Brexit’ debate with panel members Former Energy Secretary Ed Davey, Shadow Energy and Climate Change Minister Alan Whitehead, investment expert Andrew Buglass and Mike Huggins of Frontier Economics.