Next Generation Utility Workforce: The New Energy Resource

Significant infrastructure investments are required over the next decade and during this time, much of the utility workforce is expected to retire or leave the industry. Utilities are already struggling to build infrastructure with the limited existing workforce.

In this changing regulatory, technology and innovation landscape, utilities have an opportunity to shape their next generation workforce by lining up a workforce to fill this retirement gap that has the capabilities to deliver the products and services of the future. Utilities can play a role in ensuring the next generation workforce — today’s high school students, college students, and young professionals — is inspired to enter the exciting and innovative Next Generation Utility workplace.

This article was originally published by PA Consulting and was republished with permission.

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Kristoffer is an energy expert based out of PA’s New York office. He has more than 12 years of experience in business design; from corporate strategy, to business unit and market strategy, to developing operating models that leverage technologies to improve customer satisfaction and efficiencies. Kristoffer has delivered a number of large and complex projects to clients within the energy sector. He also brings experience from industries such as finance, media, retail, telecommunications, and healthcare. Kristoffer holds an MSc in Economics and Business Administration from the Norwegian School of Management.

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