The Government has promised to invest £100 billion in renewable energy, creating 70,000 jobs which will give many job Opportunities After Training As An Energy Assessor.
Mr Logan expects to see jobs created in nuclear power and throughout the energy sector, not only in new technologies. “Decommissioning [old nuclear power stations] will continue to be in high demand, as will those candidates with retro-fit experience [upgrading existing facilities],” he said.
Ian Jenkins, managing director of RUSTON wheb, a clean technology search firm, identified offshore wind and anaerobic digestion as areas looking for both engineering and project management skills.
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