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    15 Nov 2018

    Baringa Partners welcomes Stephen Haw as Energy & Resources Lead for the Middle East

    Baringa Partners, the international and award-winning management consultancy, continues to expand its global reach with the opening of a permanent office in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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    01 Nov 2018

    Baringa Partners named as one of UK’s Best Employers for Race

    Baringa Partners has been recognised for its leadership on race equality and inclusion in the workplace by being included in Business in the Community’s Best Employers for Race listing, published on Tuesday (30th October 2018).

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  3. 16 Oct 2018

    Kuwait – Renewables 2018

    Baringa's Stephen Haw and Adrian Palmer had the pleasure of participating in a sustainable energy workshop organised by the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research and the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) last week in Kuwait. Kuwait has one of the highest levels of electricity consumption per capita in the world, and currently relies on oil and gas for power generation. With both population and energy demand projected to continue growing strongly, Kuwait has set a target of sourcing 15% of its demand from renewables by 2030.  

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  4. 12 Oct 2018

    Baringa Partners advises Element Power on the sale of part of its business to Norwegian energy group Statkraft

    Baringa Partners has advised global renewable energy developer, Element Power, on the sale of its power projects and asset management business covering Ireland and the UK, to Statkraft.

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  5. 18 Jul 2018

    Robotic Process Automation for the future

    RPA (Robotic Process Automation)-technology is the fastest growing part of the automation sector. It is a well-established technology, especially in Financial Services and Consumer Goods, but is at the early stages of adoption in the Water industry, which is catching up. RPA is especially applicable to the many standardised, repeatable, rules-based and high-volume processes in this sector, such as those introduced through the recent opening up of the non-household market to competition.

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