CA-EED Tag

Meeting the 2030 targets for renewable energy and energy efficiency in the EU is dependent on the availability of qualified labour. However, as it stands there is a shortage of qualified workers in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors to make this happen. It is therefore essential to implement measures to address skills gaps and workforce shortages, make the sectors more attractive to work in and harmonise training requirements and skills across the EU. Cooperation between companies, public authorities, training providers and other stakeholders is essential in this endeavour. Joint workshop onĀ  workforce shortages and upskilling for the clean energy transition The Three Concerted Actions for the Renewable Energy Directive, Energy Efficiency Directive and Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (CA RES, CA EED and CA EPBD) held their second joint workshop in Madrid on the 28th and 29th September focused on skills for the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors. As a...