Publication Date: December 12, 2012 (updated edition)
Energy For One World- The Book (2012)- Text by Adriaan Kamp
“Every Energy Company and Every Energy Architecture in this world can be improved upon in order to raise the availability, affordability and sustainability of energy to all”.- Adriaan Kamp, 2014
Stewardship over the Energy Architecture in a global-, local- and corporate setting is to his mind a new and emerging business leadership role.
Within the energy sector, and across the energy value chains, great political-, economic-, social-, technological-, ecological- and organizational- shifts and dynamics are taking place.
Leadership over Energy corporations , today- be it in Coal, Oil & Gas, Utility, Renewables, Distribution or Energy Support firms – requires a new balancing act: attuning “corporate strategies, business innovation and organizational forms” with that of the “ dynamic context change and societal needs ” they are in.
Energy For One World has a strong context for identifying and defining the scenarios, strategies, and drivers for change.
Learn to see the “Big Picture” and make the best use of insights on our world energy system.
We can supply the world’s growing population with a rapid increase in energy demand if we smarten- up our mutual collaboration. It’s time we share energy system innovation between the corporate world and politics, between the conventional energy suppliers and the clean-tech, between BRICS and OECD, and between North and South.
Take on a path-finding journey and discover new perspectives and new aspirations for essential decision making and action on the international energy challenge and transitions ahead with this easy-to-read and easy-to-digest book. It’s compelling and steered to inspire a broad readership to join in the realization of pragmatic and realistic solutions.
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BISAC: Business & Economics / Industries / Energy Industries