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Plugging the skills gap within the green energy sector

The global battery sector has doubled in size over the past five years. Rising demand for cleaner transport and power in line with global net zero targets is accelerating this growth and the market is expected to triple in size by 2025, according to S&P Global. But as we look ahead to a world that is increasingly electrified, one issue looms large: the lack of highly skilled talent capable of delivering such a transition.

Featured in the Batteries and Energy Storage Technology (BEST) magazine, Granger Reis Partner’s Ben Hewlett (Infrastructure) and Andrew Kingston (Industrial Technologies) talk to Chris Biederman (Chief Technology Officer at Li-Cycle) and Adrian Shooter (Chairman at Vivarail) to identify some of the necessary changes needed to help plug the clean energy skills gap.

Read the full article here: https://www.bestmag.co.uk/plugging-the-skills-gap-within-the-green-energy-sector/

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