US researchers map the energy transition’s impact on jobs
New analysis by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has shown the places in the US where jobs are most linked to fossil fuels, with the aim to help policymakers better identify and support areas affected by a switch to renewable energy.
New Energy World
Can International Energy Week provide a bridge between polarised energy debates?
In advance of the London-based conference in two weeks’ time, John MacArthur FREng CEng FEI, Chair of the International Energy Week Board, previews this year’s varied programme.
New Energy World
G+ partners with ABEEólica to further support safe operations in offshore wind
With a growing international remit, G+ has today announced a new partnership with ABEEólica. Through the signing of a cooperation agreement, G+ and ABEEólica will partner in the development of a health and safety framework for the region, through shared access to global knowledge, industry guidance and lessons learned.
UAE renewable energy champion Dr Nawal Al-Hosany named 2024 Energy Institute President’s Award recipient
The EI President’s Award is to be awarded to Her Excellency Dr Nawal Al-Hosany, the UAE’s Permanent Representative to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). She will receive the President’s Award and speak as guest of honour at the dinner concluding International Energy Week 2024.
SSE Renewables safety head steps up to lead offshore wind health & safety body
Following mounting interest to bolster offshore wind capacity post-COP28, expanding industry operations and a flourishing global work programme, the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation (G+) has today announced David Griffiths as its new Chair.
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