Carving a career in renewables: the importance of training and development in the sector

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We hear how the right training and opportunities provided by their employer have allowed two early-career professionals to reach the shortlist for the Association For Renewable Energy and Clean Technology’s (REA) Young Renewable Energy Professional Award in such a short amount of time.
Two site managers from the east of England, Liam Hughes and Tyler Warman, were shortlisted for the REA's Young Renewable Energy Professional Award for their career achievements and potential to be future leaders in the industry. Both hauling from careers outside of the renewable energy sector, they received the right training and opportunities from Eco Verde Energy (EVE) to support them in their goals.
As the UK works towards net-zero, an abundance of employment opportunities has been coming to the fore. The renewable energy sector specifically is reported as having the potential to create up to 150,000 jobs by 2030. However, limited courses specialising in renewable energy operations could deter individuals from entering the sector and many say more could be done to...

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