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Earthstream Makes Japanese Entrance

Earthstream Makes Japanese Entrance

The  power generation energy mix  in Japan in 2010  consisted of 26% nuclear, 11% renewables, 57% fossil fuel and 6% combined heat & power.  However, after the March 2011 Tohoku disaster and related Fukushima nuclear accident, Japan’s nuclear plants were shut down and most are still not operating.

This has lead to a race to replace Nuclear with LNG  and Renewable energy  along with the requirement  to upgrade the electricity  infrastructure  which represents an  exciting opportunity for EarthStream’s specialist Energy focused  divisions .

A large number of International renewable energy   firms will be looking to expand into Japan to take advantage of the generous  incentives  and a number of Japanese Oil & Gas Engineering and Exploration  companies are looking to grow  as the Japans  global search  for new sources of Energy has become critical.

The Japanese  recruitment industry does not have  specialist energy recruitment firms on so EarthStream sees a compelling  opportunity build a business  and will launch June 3.

Managing Director  Asia Pacific Kevin Gibson commented “ Japan is a  rapidly emerging energy  employment market right now with some extreme  skill shortages predicted over the coming years“

A large number of EarthStream’s   European and North American clients  are looking to Japan as their engine  for growth for the next few years but will face stiff competition for qualified professionals.

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