Fact to the Future

Stay one step ahead. Discover the trends, attitudes and changes shaping renewables in 2024 when you download our exclusive report.
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Real, actionable insight from renewables professionals

Emerging technologies, shifting power balances, unpredictable supply chains, fresh blood bringing new skills. The one constant in the renewables industry is change. This puts pressure on organisations to be aware – and ahead – of trends, attitudes and current events, and to have strategies to adapt and work them to gain a competitive advantage.

The first-ever Fact to the Future report from Taylor Hopkinson and Brunel surveyed hundreds of renewables professionals on the key topics affecting everyone in renewables right now. From the reasons we choose to pursue careers in the energy transition, to salary benchmarking, global relocation, education and training, we’ve uncovered useful insights that are interesting and important for professionals at every level of renewables.

Report insights
  • 86% of professionals agree that benchmarking reports are helpful for assessing new opportunities
  • 64% of workers in renewables have used benchmarking reports to inform their job search
  • 81% of renewables workers would consider a long-term relocation

Dive deeper into the trends shaping the renewables industry

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We’re almost at the mid-point of a defining decade in the energy transition. Fact to the Future was created to take the temperature of an industry that’s vital for the future of our planet, and its insights will help businesses in renewables to stay ahead of trends, retain their best people, and plan for the future.

Fiona McRae, General Manager at leading renewables recruitment agency Taylor Hopkinson. Fiona McRae, General Manager at Taylor Hopkinson