How the UK's clean energy project pipeline could offset 90 per cent of pandemic job losses

Cecilia Keating
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Nissan's Sunderland plant / Credit: Advanced Propulsion Centre
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Nissan's Sunderland plant / Credit: Advanced Propulsion Centre

Around 625,000 jobs could be created if UK’s existing clean energy project pipeline is realised, according to new analysis from EY

Up to 90 per cent of pandemic job losses could be offset by new jobs in the UK's clean energy sector, if the government acts now to ensure the country's vast clean energy project pipeline is realised....

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