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Hyperion Managing Partner elected Chair of REA’s On-site Renewables Group

Hyperion Executive Search’s Managing Partner David Hunt has been elected Chair of the Renewable Energy Association’s On-site Renewables Group. David, who set up Hyperion in September last year, received the…

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Recruiters meet changing needs of renewables sector after latest acquisitions

Recruiters in the renewable energy sector have responded to the latest wave of acquisitions in the industry. In the last week, renewables giant BayWa r.e. has bought out Hampshire-based solar…

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Does my job look big in this?

Odd that we tend to make ourselves as attractive as possible when we’re trying to attract a partner, we wear our best clothes, a touch or perfume or aftershave, check…

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How do you job hunt secretly?

If you’re out of work, or carefree about your boss seeing that you are looking for a job then clearly you can pretty much do as you please. Send your…

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I’ve seen the future and it works…

I’m not sure it’s what Prince was referring to in his 1989 Batman soundtrack, but Energy Storage works. It works very, very well, and it’s not just the future, it’s…

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Has the worm turned?

What a start to the new month, energy monolith and one of the UK ‘Big 6’ energy companies E.ON announces it will focus on ‘renewables, distribution networks, and customer solutions…’….

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The Shows must go on!

Well, the main show season is nearly over until next March and we all head down to EcoBuild again. It’s been a really refreshing and upbeat few weeks across the…

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Do you know where your CV is going?

In an age where we are rightly taught and warned to keep our personal data secure, I wonder how many people realise just where their CV can end up, without…

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How to attract top talent in the renewable sector

We hear a great deal about the skills shortage and the ‘war for talent’ in the news, relating mainly to the engineering and scientific sectors. But it has long been…