Study: Renewable energy industry 'ahead of the curve' on AI adoption

Stuart Stone
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Almost one-in-three renewables professionals already use AI technologies, according to eighth instalment of annual Global Energy Talent Index

The renewable energy industry is "ahead of the curve" on AI adoption, highly optimistic about its future working relationship with the tech, and conscious of the need to develop AI-related skills, according...

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