Offshore wind industry recruits new Military Working Group

James Murray
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The Race Bank offshore wind farm. Credit: Ørsted
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The Race Bank offshore wind farm. Credit: Ørsted

Sector looks to tackle looming skills shortage with new push to attract thousands of former military personnel to careers in offshore wind

The Offshore Wind Industry Council has today announced the launch of a dedicated new Military Working Group that aims to help attract more former military personnel to careers in the fast-expanding offshore...

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