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Generation Z (Post Millennials)

WHAT'S NEXT?: Gen Z is about to enter the workforce and companies will need to work harder than ever before to recruit and retain the best talent. Gen Z will put pressure on organizations to provide flexible work environments. Gen Z will continue to blur the lines between work/life balance as they expect to have fun at work and stay connected digitally 24/7.

  • Drone platforms will generate c. www.anchorcapital.co.za
  • Millennials may be the largest generation right now, but with Gen Z set to become the most populous generation, they will one day dominate a workforce that's going to look a lot different - until Generation C comes along and scares them, too. Ajansev
  • B Includes electricity and heat generation c Other renewables includes biofuels production losses and co-products: Retail Prices UAE Power Market is expected to grow a CAGR of 5.9% by 2026. sm1db
  • Canadian Natural expects to generate C$ 4.9 billion to C$ 5.4 billion in free cash flow in 2021, helping it to reduce debt. Pipeline & Gas Journal,
  • Moving into managerial ranks or starting their own businesses, the tools and habits of digitization will become second nature. Strategy&
  • A key requirement for the next-generation C-suite will be the ability to secure alignment and coherence across multiple dimensions of essential change. Deloitte
  • Generation C will expect anything, anywhere, anytime connectivity that enables them to live their business and social lives in the moment. Scottish Government
  • Scotland will see the rise of "Generation C". Scottish Government
  • Ahead of a planned phasing out of nuclear power by the end of 2022 and of coal by 2038, Germany is seeking to ramp up very quickly the role of renewables in electricity generation and to become an important hub for the trade and distribution of natural gas. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • The EIA has said natural gas will remain the dominant fuel for U.S. power generation for the foreseeable future, accounting for 40% of the electricity supply in 2050-even as the penetration of renewables increases. infographics
  • Germany has passed a legislation to end coal-fired power generation by 2038 at the latest and agreed on a shutdown schedule for individual lignite and hard coal power plants as well as compensation payments for operators. Gyanm
  • The rising cost of homeownership and education over recent years means that the current Generation Z cohort of late teens and early 20s are tending to study longer and enter the workforce later, a trend that is expected to continue for the next two decades. futureofworkhub
  • The increase in investment will be accompanied by a decrease in wind and solar generation costs in Japan, which Wood Mackenzie expects will drop by over 30% over the coming decade. reneweconomy
  • Domestic production of natural gas, the generation and injection of biomethane as well as green gases are taken into consideration for the trends in the gas supply in Germany up to 2030. FNB Gas Network Development Plan
  • After years of rapid growth and falling prices, wind and solar are now the lowest-cost source of new power generation in most of the world - and are expected to be the cheapest everywhere by 2025. Energy Monitor
  • Electric power generation is obviously not emissions-free today, but it can be expected that the related emissions will go down considerably between now and 2050, thanks to the strong trend towards renewable energies across all sectors of the global economy. IATA
  • Already by 2025, renewables make up more than half of electricity generation, dominated by wind, and grow to 68% by 2030. BloombergNEF
  • Wind and solar generation will account for 50% to 60% of power generation by the 2040s, in scenarios where the world seeks to address emissions. County 17
  • Amazon Australia generated c. $300 million in sales in 2018 with over 100 million different products: Deloitte expects sales will double in 2019. Tess Bennett

Last updated: 29 November 2021


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