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Why the energy sector must plan today for tomorrow’s digital age

Don't work harder; work smarter. This old adage is taking on new significance as digitalisation transforms our economies. Today, we stand at the precipice of a global productivity revolution and the watchword of this will be: "work smarter."

Tomorrows energy: Todays challenge

Aware of its past and dealing with its problems in the present, the global power industry is poised to solve its future problems now

Is AI the key to unlocking a faster energy transition?

A new study posits that "AI can be used to accelerate a more equitable energy transition and build trust for the technology throughout the industry".

Record year for inclusive clean energy job placements despite COVID-19

2020 marked a record year for job placements within the clean energy industry in Illinois, according to a report released by ComEd.

Utilities must prepare workforce today for digital tomorrow – EY

Power and utility executives foresee seismic changes in the sector over the next few years, with many agreeing they lack the proper planning on how to proceed or prepare.

The energy employee in a digital world: Part two

Part two of an exclusive interview with Roberto Zangrandini, Secretary General of EDSO (European Distribution System Operators).

The evolving role of the energy employee in a digital world

Part one of an exclusive interview with Roberto Zangrandini, Secretary General of EDSO (European Distribution System Operators).

Tomorrow today? The reality of developing a global hydrogen economy

What is needed in order for hydrogen to be the gamechanger that many claim it will be?

ENGIE wins big in France’s latest wind and solar energy tenders

ENGIE has been awarded two tenders for solar and wind energy generation projects by the French Ministry of Ecological and Inclusive transition.

Utilities urged to adapt now to reap energy transition rewards

A new report from Ernst & Young urges US utilities to act quickly "to secure a long-term, essential role as market facilitator and platform provider in the distribution system of the future".

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