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Business News And he is full of admiration for


other engineers grappling with their own problems in distant locations. “Local people in these power stations are often more self- sufficient than us. They know how their plant operates and they are very skilled. South Korea was amazing – it has the most different culture, they have a culture of going for a drink after work and they involved me in that.” Change, including the demise of


coal-fired power stations in the UK, which had been the firm's “bread and butter,” and the move to greener Government energy policies, had already been a big part of the EES story long before the company scooped its recent Business of the Year award in Birmingham. As Ryan says: “You have got to keep growing, if you do not, you just get left behind.” It's hard to imagine this inspiring


Double delight: Ryan Kavanagh with his colleagues at their Tamworth headquarters and the two GBCC awards, Business of the Year and International Business of the Year. They are (left to right): Farah Robrigado, Richard Howlett, Vanessa Hockin and Luca Tantimonaco


of the world of engineering and the fast-changing energy sector. “Schools and colleges are not


promoting engineering as much as they should be. I do not think they understand it enough – there is an overall skills shortage in


engineering. Even today, for us, getting the right people is one of the big limitations – it is a complex job in a niche area and it takes quite a few years of experience to operate as an engineer in these fields.”


He is not afraid of airing his views


on Government energy policy. “I think the Government wants it both ways. As soon as you privatise it, you allow market forces to come into play....if it is privatised, consumers have the choice – it is a tricky balance.”


Tamworth firm – the Business of the Year across the large Chamber network – being left behind any time soon, regardless of the continuing distractions of Covid-19 For now the beastly virus has


kept the victorious EES team in check. “At some point, we will take everybody out and celebrate properly. It’s a very big achievement for us, fantastic recognition.”


Pictures: Marc Kirsten


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