Global energy survey reveals young renewables workforce and 'worrying' skills shortage

Michael Holder
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Global energy survey reveals young renewables workforce and 'worrying' skills shortage

First Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) survey suggests renewables sectors worldwide are facing recruitment challenges and skills shortages

A global survey of energy professionals has revealed the renewables workforce is younger than the industry average, but there are also fears of a future skills shortage in the sector and a "worrying weakness"...

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