Stronger regulations coupled with a more proactive approach can do a lot more to alleviate energy hardship and reduce disconnections for non-payment, guests heard at an event organised by Young Energy Professionals and Power Women.
This month we invite you on behalf of BusinessNZ Energy Council to participate in World Energy Issues Survey and bring you updates from the NZ energy sector.
The World Energy Council’s Future Energy Leaders 100 Programme has appointed Vector energy systems analytics manager Dr Steve Heinen as New Zealand’s new representative.
The FEL Board Nominations Committee selected 41 representatives from around the world from more than 350 highly qualified applicants.
The World Energy Council’s Future Energy Leader – 100 Programme (FEL-100) has named Dr Steve Heinen as New Zealand’s new representative.The FEL Board Nominations Committee selected 41 representatives from around the world from more than 350 highly qualified applicants.
We hope you are safe in your bubble, adjusting well to working from your makeshift home offices, and that you’re feeling connected with friends and loved ones through these uncertain times due to the coronavirus pandemic.
To cut through the monotony of your week, here are some of the things people in the energy sector are talking about these days.
The Young Energy Professionals Network is seeking views on how Covid-19 is affecting the New Zealand energy sector, businesses and the country as a whole.
YEPN – which is supported by the BusinessNZ Energy Council – is asking its members how the coronavirus has affected their organisation and how they have responded to it.
Being part of the Future Energy Leaders (FEL-100) programme is a unique opportunity for any individual under 35 years old to be connected to executives and strategists around the world. This year, YEPN and BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) will manage the application process for the New Zealand cohort.
The World Energy Council is calling on young New Zealand professionals to nominate themselves for the WEC’s Future Energy Leaders 100 programme.
Limited to 100 members, the FEL network is “designed to help shape, inspire and grow energy leaders of tomorrow,” says the WEC.
It draws members from Government, industry, academia, civil society, technology firms and start-ups.
A Taranaki woman who started her career in cosmetics and now works in the oil and gas industry is a finalist in a national business awards.
Abu Dhabi (CNN Business)The biggest player in oil is embarking on its own transition to cleaner sources of energy.As part of Saudi Arabia's 2030 Vision plan to diversify its economy, the kingdom is aiming to have around 30% of its energy generated by renewable sources...
Earlier this month, the 24th World Energy Congress (WEC24) took place in Abu Dhabi with the theme “Energy for Prosperity”.
The four-day interactive programme involved plenary sessions, panel discussions, debates and workshops, centred around the critical issues currently faced by the energy industry.
On September 9th the 24th World Energy Congress kicked off in Abu Dhabi under the theme “energy for prosperity”. The congress entailed a four-day interactive programme where delegates attended plenary sessions, panel
discussions, debates and workshops, centred around the critical issues currently faced by the energy industry.