Energy professionals call for national skills policy to enable net zero transition

Cecilia Keating
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Survey of more than 400 professionals reveals an industry in flux, with more than half of respondents revealing they have moved or plan to shift into a different part of the sector

A national skills policy is urgently needed to ensure the UK's net zero transition does not get derailed by a future skills shortage and offers opportunities to existing workers in the energy industry...

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