New partnership to map out global wind energy workforce training needs

It is expected to support renewable energy development and help meet the huge increase of jobs required for the global energy transition

Wind-charged recovery ‘could create 2.2m energy jobs’

Five countries could benefit from the addition of 20GW of wind power, new study estimates

African wind body launched to scale up green energy development

Africa’s technical wind power potential is enough to power the continent’s entire energy demand 250 times over, however, it is currently only tapping into 0.01% of its potential

Sussex Uni partners with GWEC to support global wind sector development

They will share knowledge, undertake research on crucial topics and bring together the next generation to support the green energy transition

‘Record-breaking offshore wind numbers are not enough for net zero’

A new report claims that although offshore wind installation numbers are almost as high as they have ever been, the world is only tapping into 0.5% of its potential

Wind revolution ‘requires half a million new workers in next five years’

A new analysis suggests the size of the trained workforce will need to increase to meet the needs of the global wind power market

Nearly 3.3m wind energy jobs ‘could be created in the next five years’

China, the US, India, Germany and the UK could mostly capitalise on this growth, a new report finds

Growth of global wind capacity ‘must triple over next decade to reach net zero’

The world needs to install a minimum of 180GW of new wind energy every year to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, according to a new report

Wind groups team up for industry safety and training needs

A memorandum of understanding has been signed to leverage shared resources, including datasets, analytical and forecasting capabilities

World ‘must avoid introducing trade barriers to wind’

The Global Wind Energy Council warns tariffs on key commodities and components could add up to 20% to wind turbine supply chain costs