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Biljana

OnTheJob Interview – Biljana Curcic

1.     What’s your name and where have you been living so far? My name is  Biljana Curcic and I have been living in Belgrade in Serbia. Only during the period from 1994 till 1996 I lived in Sofia in Bulgaria. 2.     Where do you currently work? I am working in public enterprises of Serbian gas […]

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Abhishek Sood

OnTheJob Interview – Abhishek Sood

1.     What’s your name and where have you been living so far? My name is Abhishek Sood and I have been living in India so far, though travelling to different parts of the country. 2.     Where do you currently work ? I am working for AEG Power Solutions, which provides Energy efficiency and renewable energy […]

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ayunda

Blogspot by Dedy Ayunda: Energy Efficiency in Indonesia

The issue of energy consumption has been a growing interest across all industry sectors. Not only because of its immediate impact on production costs, but also because of its considerable impact on environmental sustainability, as mentioned in PP (Peraturan Pemerintah, regulation) no 70 in 2009 “That Every company that consume energy equal or more that […]

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BJStaal

OnTheJob Interview – BJ Staal

1.     What’s your name and where have you been living so far? My name is BJ Staal and I have been living in Europe, South America, SE Asia, and Middle East and for the last 12 years in Egypt. 2.     Where do you currently work? Currently, I work for Apache Egypt in Cairo in the […]

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Fenton

OnTheJob Interview – John Fenton

1.What’s your name and where have you been living so far? My name is  John Fenton and I have lived in Indonesia for a long time. 2. Where do you currently work? I am the owner of a renewable (solar) energy company in Indonesia; the mission of the company is to bring solar lights to […]

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PG Black and White

Blogspot by Peter Gardett: Solving the Energy Sector Consensus Crisis

Companies in the energy sector all around the world are facing an old problem in a new way. They are having trouble building the kind of consensus that gets their projects approved, financed and built. From the much-debated Keystone pipeline in the US Midwest, now in an approvals process that has lasted longer than the […]

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kako

OnTheJob Interview – Akaki Kvantaliani

1.What’s your name and where have you been living so far? My name is Akaki Kvantaliani and for the most part I lived in the Caucasus region, Georgia. 2. Where do you currently work? Currently, I am a self-employed Energy consultant who has probably the best connections in the energy field in Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and […]

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Report by FC Gas Intelligence – Gas for Power Generation

Gas for power generation – new insights The new EPA regulations which have been dubbed the ‘war on coal’ put serious emissions standards in place for fossil fuelled power plants and are set to seriously inhibit new construction of coal-fired facilities and phase out existing coal generation. As well as this regulatory push, abundant supply […]

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Passport Size

Blogspot by Prateek Goel: Challenges in the Indian Energy Market

  India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. With a high rate of growth there are problems associated with increasing demand of primary requirements such as water, energy and food. India faces a similar situation in its energy market and is currently unable to cope up with the rising demand. The […]

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Francis Amankrah

Blogspot by Francis Amankrah: How the Energy Revolution Started

How the Energy Revolution Started One might argue that major advances in the renewable energy sector and favourable government policies have inspired individuals to live more sustainably in their own lives. I would disagree. In fact, as it is with most global movements, big ideas start locally. Cities and communities are the real agents of […]

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