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Energy Evolution | A skills shortage imperils the global energy transition


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Listen:  Energy Evolution | A skills shortage imperils the global energy transition

The energy transition will require a huge influx of new workers with new skills. Where those workers will come from, and how they will be trained, are questions that big energy companies and policymakers in Europe and in North America are wrestling with as the shift to renewable energy sources gathers steam.

Joining us to discuss these challenges in this episode are: S&P Global Commodity Insights Reporter Camilla Naschert; Kerstin Knapp of Vestas; Tom Hopkinson of Taylor Hopkinson; Louise Christensen and Stefan Hobmair of Baywa r.e.; and Nate Manning of Johnson Controls.

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