More help to transition to wind jobs in the pipeline:
The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has agreed a two-year deal with the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) to scope workforce training needs that would support accelerated renewable energy development and the coming wave of clean energy jobs.
The two organisations’ memorandum of understanding aims to “leverage shared resources”, including datasets, analytical and forecasting capabilities, with the aim of providing “valuable insights to all wind industry stakeholders” regarding areas including recruitment, training and health, safety and environment.
According to GWEC, the collaboration is “the first step in helping to produce a coherent roadmap for wind energy jobs in the future global energy system, helping emerging markets to benefit from high-quality local job creation to contribute to a thriving green economy”. Read the full article on Recharge.