Somewhat of a business culture case study. When a small Yorkshire-based workforce of no more than 100 splinters off from a takeover of a large national energy giant by a larger multi-national energy giant, it does a few little things at its own pace for once. Given most of our fossil fuel stations are run by the usual European-owned multinational energy companies, what you get left on the control room central coffee table here, for instance, is a box of Yorkshire Tea, whereas at one of RWE’s or EON’s gaffs, you get a flipchart titled business targets. Homely setup. Got friendly signs around the turbine hall saying ‘Keep the Station Tidy’, ‘Let’s ALTA: Ask, Listen, Think & Act’. You don’t get this in many energy gafs at all.

Maniac, Noent.re

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