UK facing green skills gap of 200,000 workers
A significant green energy skills gap of around 200,000 workers is emerging that must be addressed if the UK is to meet its net-zero target, analysis suggests.In a new report, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) highlights how there are currently around 270,000 workers in the oil and gas sector who can transfer their skills towards delivering net zero. However, ar
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