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To draw attention to the great potential of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources for job creation and skills development, Interreg Europe is organising the webinar 'Jobs and skills for the energy transition' on 29 April.
Editorial office / Brussels

Directing investments and reforms towards these areas will be fundamental to trigger green transformations and the recovery of the European economy while ensuring that employment rates are improved in the regions. Policymakers are called to implement reskilling initiatives for current workers and design education and training paths for the next generation to fully enable energy transition.

The webinar will highlight training solutions to guarantee that energy skills are improved across the board and along all value chains. Only an overarching approach on training can enable the upskilling and reskilling of all workers, blue- and white-collars alike, as well as the emergence of new jobs at regional level. Also, the recommendations of the recently published policy brief on ‘Skills for the Energy Transition’ will be discussed.

See the agenda for more information.

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