As students across Europe step into their classrooms to embark on a new academic year, we too are excited to announce the launch of Skills4Energy.EU. Just as education shapes the minds of our youth, our platform is designed to shape, inform, and guide professionals in the European energy sector, with a spotlight on recruitment, training, and reskilling.
Today our team brings you Skills4Energy.EU. Our commitment to delivering insightful, accurate, and timely content with BalticWind.EU has set a benchmark in industry journalism. With Skills4Energy.EU, you can expect the same caliber of excellence, precision, and passion.
Why Skills4Energy.EU, and Why Now?
As we navigate through 2023, celebrated as the ‘European Year of Skills’, the significance of our platform becomes even clearer. The European energy sector is in the midst of a transformative era. Our collective push towards a sustainable future and the embrace of digital innovations necessitate a workforce that’s not only skilled but also adaptable.
The challenges are real. Employers across Europe are seeking talent equipped for tomorrow. The ‘European Year of Skills’ isn’t just a title; it’s a call to action, emphasising the need for reskilling and continuous learning to ensure Europe remains at the forefront of global innovation.
What Awaits You at Skills4Energy.EU?
News: to stay informed with the latest in the energy HR sphere, from hiring patterns to groundbreaking reskilling initiatives.
Opinion: including expert analyses on recruitment and HR challenges unique to our sector.
Data Insights: to help you grasp the intricacies of hiring trends and skill gaps through data-centric articles to inform your HR decisions.
Regulatory: updates on legal and policy shifts affecting recruitment and skill development in energy.
Culture: helping you to explore the transformative impact of diversity and inclusion, and how they foster innovation and organizational success.
Employer Branding: so you better understand the power of a strong employer brand in drawing top-tier talent and enhancing reskilling efforts.
Best Practices: with hands-on advice and success stories to refine your HR strategies.
Technology: offering a look to the future with insights on how tech is revolutionizing HR in energy.
The Time is Now.
The European energy industry is at a pivotal juncture. To remain competitive, as we transition to a more sustainable future, the role of human resources becomes even more paramount. Recruitment practices need to evolve, HR strategies must be redefined, and reskilling becomes not just a necessity but an imperative.
The renewable energy sector in the EU boasted an impressive employment of approximately 1.3 million individuals in 2020. With the accelerated adoption of clean energy solutions, this figure is poised to soar. To put things into perspective, our REPowerEU targets project the creation of a staggering 3.5 million jobs by 2030.
The biomethane and heat pumps sectors alone anticipate a demand for over 1 million skilled workers by 2030. The photo-voltaic solar energy sector mirrors this projection, estimating a workforce of 1 million by 2030, with a significant 66,000 jobs earmarked for manufacturing. Then there is the raw materials mining industry, which is key to the whole chain and and expects creation of 1.2 million new jobs in Europe in the sector.
Skills4Energy.EU is not just a portal; it’s a movement. A movement to empower the energy industry with the knowledge, tools, and insights it needs to navigate these changing times. We are committed to delivering factual, neutral, and relevant content that resonates with your interests and needs.