Network launches new video section
Network has launched a new video section designed to help educate the sector.
1st February 2019 by Networks
Regular visitors to the website https://networks.online will have noticed that there is now a dedicated page featuring a range of video content highlighting innovation, project updates, interviews and analysis.
Video from across the industry has been brought together in one place to create this page and further content will be added in due course.
Network editor Alec Peachey said: “The video section offers us a new way of engaging with our audience. It offers an opportunity to showcase the good work taking place across the sector and will act as a way to highlight our conferences and other live activity.
“An additional benefit that the video section brings is that it gives people in the industry an opportunity to learn about the sector. Having such a variety of video content in one place will help to highlight the challenges involved in delivering a once in a generation transformation of the energy system and ways in which they can be overcome.
“Please visit https://networks.online/tag/video/ to watch the videos.”
If you’ve got any feedback about this new section or suggestions for further video content contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
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