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The UK is currently a world leader in offshore wind, with more turbines installed than any other country and a workforce of over 10,000 people working to deliver 10GW of energy. However, the UK Government has set a target to increase offshore wind to 40GW by 2030 which means almost 30,000 people will be working in offshore wind at the end of the decade. 

This is just the start . . .

The Climate Change Committee has stated that offshore wind will be the “backbone” of the UK’s future energy system and key to reaching Net Zero by 2050. To achieve this target the Committee has stated that the UK needs at least 100GW of offshore wind meaning that by 2050, both fixed and floating offshore wind will have to grow significantly in the coming decades.

This green growth is essential to mitigate climate change, provide options to build back better and ultimately needs 1000’s of new people to start a career in offshore wind.

This can mean exciting roles from a wide range of skills and educational backgrounds including:

Project Managers / Engineers / Human Resources / Divers / Health & Safety Professionals / Environmental Scientists / Stakeholder Advisors / Communications / Data Specialists / Technology Specialists / Technicians / Skippers and Boat Crew / Oceanographers

If you are interested in learning more about how to get involved, please see the resources below:

Online Resources

renewable UK
Offshore Wind Industry Council
Offshore Wind Careers

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