Report: Skills shortage driving opportunities and salaries in renewables sector

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A worker examines turbines in Dumfries and Galloway | Credit: iStock
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A worker examines turbines in Dumfries and Galloway | Credit: iStock

But positive outlook for employees mirrored by significant challenges for employers

The accelerating energy transition is driving up salaries and opportunities for career progression across the renewables industry, according to the latest edition of the Global Energy Talent Index (GETI)....

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