Make the future better by design
John Mathers explains why the energy industry sorely needs the skills of design engineers.
11th April 2016 by Networks
According to EU Skills, some of the hardest jobs to ﬁ ll in the utilities industry today include: site managers, project managers, power systems engineers, commissioning engineers, overhead linespeople, substation engineers and, interestingly, design engineers. This is concerning because energy networks are becoming smarter and more complex, which is precisely when design skills come to the fore.
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