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With reports from the International Energy Agency suggesting that almost a third of the world’s electricity will come from renewables by 2024, international energy recruitment firm SKI Corp has warned that the fight against climate change is as much about talent as it is targets.

Lara Anton, Renewable Energy Consultant at SKI Corp explained:

“Climate change activism is the news of today – and for good reason. Global commitment to cleaner energy sources is increasing rapidly, driven as much by public demand as it is by the need for sustainability. It’s great to still see investment in renewables growing across the United States, despite increased pressure to continue coal. However, while the many targets being put on the table by the likes of the International Energy Agency and the US Energy Information Administration will help drive continued change, too few of these targets are including talent.”

“It’s no secret that niche skills are scarce across solar, wind and other specialist renewable fields. What we need to see are more talent targets entering the mix. And in my view, now is the perfect time to encourage people into energy – climate change has never before received such public outcry. As more communities fight for sustainability, we need to encourage them to take more impactful action through working in renewables.”

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