COP26 Panel: The UK’s future Offshore Wind workforce – challenge or opportunity?

We are pleased to take part in a panel session at COP26 to discuss what many companies across our sector are doing to make the just transition a reality.

Through a series of live discussions at the ‘COP26 Energy Transition Hub’ the Offshore Wind Industry Council will explore the challenges and opportunities in growing the UK’s offshore wind workforce. In doing so, they’ll explore the lessons other countries can learn, and how we can ensure a Just Transition from carbon intensive industries to clean energy.

Event details
Friday, 5 November 2021
15:00 – 17:00 GMT
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Programme

Opening

Melanie Onn – RenewableUK
Tom Hopkinson – Taylor Hopkinson
Celia Anderson (video – will have it with you tonight)

Session 1 – Transition

Lauren Burkitt, Equinor, chair
Mark Baxter, Ocean Winds
Colin Brown, Aker Offshore Wind

Session 2 – Education

Ajai Ahluwalia, Equinor, chair
Agota Mockute, University of Hull
Jim Brown, Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council Skills Group

Session 3 – Diversity & inclusion

Ranjit Mene, Green Technology Investment Group, chair (I think!)
Jennifer Gomez-Molina, Vattenfall
Rakesh Chand, ScottishPower
Rob Howes, Orsted (video)

Close
Melanie Onn, RenewableUK

 

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