Energy Jobs News

Energy industry jobs can be created either directly as a result of the expansion of the energy industry or indirectly through sectors supplying goods and services to energy industry. Because of that, jobs in energy industry have a far greater impact on the overall economy than most jobs in other industries and creation of every new energy job prompts hiring both within and outside the industry.

With the continuing rise in global energy demand, the need for suitably qualified personnel increases year on year. Energy industry companies are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help them shape the evolution of global energy industry in the decades to come. For trained professionals and new entrants alike, this points to opportunities in the future.

The ILO said in its annual flagship report on the state of the global job market that action to combat climate change could create millions of new job opportunities and "more than" offset losses in traditional industries.

When accounting for direct employment, the largest renewable energy technology by installed capacity – large hydropower, the total number of global renewable-energy jobs climbed from 8.3 million to 9.8 million in 2016, according to a report released on May 24 during the 13th Council of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

On 30 November 2016, the European Commission officially released its “Clean Energy for All Europeans” package, also known as “Winter Package” i.e., moving the EU to meet its climate change target with numerous legislative proposals to reform the EU energy market. This legislation will have an important impact on the electricity market and the development of renewable-energy going forward.

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