Scottish fossil fuel workers to retrain in clean energy

Madeleine Cuff
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Government-funded Transition Training Fund offering 340 places for oil and gas workers looking to pursue careers in renewable energy

Scottish workers leaving the increasingly embattled oil and gas sector are being offered the chance to retrain for work in clean energy industries, under a new training scheme funded by the Scottish Government....

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