August issue of Energy Digital Magazine - out now!

By Olivia Minnock
The latest issue of Energy Digital magazine is out now and can be viewed

The latest issue of Energy Digital magazine is out now and can be viewed here

“At the highest level, you need great players… it’s important to have the right people with the intellectual capabilities to adapt to new situations.” Ulrich Piepel discusses the importance of the right staff at renewable energy giant, innogy, in an exclusive video interview this month.

As well as a motivated workforce, embracing automation and placing procurement strategy at the fore are vital to making a splash in the energy world, says the CPO.

See also: 

E.ON to acquire RWE's 76.8% stake in innogy 

Google to team up with UN for sustainability goals 

Japan commits to 100% electric passenger cars by 2050 

This month, we also spoke to Paul Ebert, Global Technology Director for New Energy at WorleyParsons, about the exciting new energy sector and in particular why the company is honing in on Africa for growth.

Meanwhile, we examined which companies make the cut as the most sustainable in the world for our Top 10, while as always bringing you a selection of upcoming energy sector events not to be missed.

We have also brought you the latest news and insight in our company profiles on beverage giant AB InBev; Schneider Electric; utilities company Tenaga Nasional Berhad and Argentinian gas company TGN.

We’d love to hear what you think of this month’s issue! Be part of the story on Twitter.

 

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