Utilities, Social Dialogue
Oct. 12, 2021
Building skills in the electricity sector: final steps for the joint European social partner’s project
The Skills2Power project (‘Strengthen the Role of National Social Partners and VET Providers to Build Skills Intelligence in the Electricity Sector’) concludes after four years of successful activities.
Mar. 12, 2021
Over the past 2 years the European Social Partners in the electricity sector, industriAll European Trade Union, the European Public Service Union (EPSU), representing the trade unions and Eureletric, representing the employer organisations have engaged together with Spin360, in the project Skills2Power.
Dec. 21, 2020
Last week, the European Social Partners in the gas sector held a joint webinar, hosted by MEPs Agnes Jongerius (S&D) and Dennis Radtke (EPP), on the transition to climate neutrality and the need to ensure that is just for the workers in the gas sector.
Apr. 09, 2020
In these times of public health crisis, digital technologies enable the electricity sector to keep the lights on, adapting traditional models from generation to smart infrastructure in our constantly transforming industry.
Oct. 30, 2019
European Sectoral Social Dialogue in the gas sector reactivated: What role for gas in a decarbonised European economy?
On 28 October 2019, The European trade union federations, EPSU and IndustriAll-Europe, and the industry association Eurogas, restarted their European Social Dialogue in the gas sector, which has been dormant since 2012.
Oct. 28, 2019
European Sectoral Social Dialogue in the gas sector reactivated: The role of gas in a de-carbonised European economy
Today the European trade union federations, industriAll European Trade Union and EPSU, and the industry association Eurogas, restarted their European Social Dialogue in the gas sector
Oct. 30, 2018
Skills needs, developments, vocational education and training systems in the changing electricity sector
The European social partners for the electricity sector—industriAll European Trade Union and the EuropeanPublic Service Union (EPSU), representing the trade unions, and Eurelectric, representing the electricity-sector employers—have identified the skills needs for the electricity sector and education and trainingsystems as a priority for their joint work.