How Start-ups can Change the Future of Energy

  Karen Bellis is the Head of International Programmes at PNE Group where she works across the globe to support enterprise programmes that help start-ups to launch, innovate, and grow. In June, Karen attended the Financial Times Energy Transition Strategies Summit which explored the latest trends and issues impacting the global energy industry, and where …

Harnessing the Power of Women Entrepreneurs to Achieve Universal Energy Access

In the race to provide energy access to everyone, “Women entrepreneurs can demonstrate more than twice the level of business capacity and success compared to men.” That was the verdict of the latest AIMS Energy Press report, which highlighted the significant value empowering female entrepreneurs within the energy supply-chain of off-grid regions in would have …

Make the Future, London with Shell LiveWIRE UK

  Shell’s Make the Future initiative is aimed at inspiring the development of clean energy solutions by supporting some of the world’s smartest entrepreneurs and turning their bright energy ideas into action. This month, Shell celebrated its global initiative, #makethefuture, designed to inspire change through entrepreneurialism to help tackle the challenge of producing more and …

Growing Business Across Borders

This month, Shell LiveWIRE International announced the success of Let’s Go Trade. The initiative intended to support young entrepreneurs, working with LiveWIRE programmes across the world, to identify defined gaps within their business sector, and enable them to develop solutions to these through international trade visits. Shell LiveWIRE International said, “More young LiveWIRE entrepreneurs have …

Shell LiveWIRE UK Announce Young Entrepreneur of the Year

Pictured: Dawn Cranswick of PNE Group with 2015 Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Tom Robinson There were edible bugs, exciting new technologies to try, and young innovators at every turn. This year’s Shell Enterprise Development Awards, which included the coveted accolade Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year, showcased the traditional mix of the …

WEF report names ‘new energy’ most disruptive industry effecting global workforce

New energy supplies and energy technologies are making the biggest impact on the employee skills required in today’s workforce, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum. New energy supplies and technologies were identified as effecting the skill requirements of sustainable business models more than any other industry between 2015 and 2017. Natural …