A skilled workforce is a crucial component to Australia’s energy transformation.
A strong clean energy sector must be founded on a dynamic and skilled workforce, supported by a focus on job safety, quality, and sustainability for Australians and Australian communities.
The Clean Energy Council is spearheading a coordinated effort to engage industry, governments, training institutions and other relevant stakeholders in laying the foundations for a strong and secure renewable energy workforce. Research commissioned by the Clean Energy Council in 2019 suggests that the renewable energy sector faces issues regarding:
Careers in clean energy cover a range of technologies and different skills and qualifications. The Clean Energy Careers Guide provides a snapshot of the roles and careers that exist in the Australian clean energy industry.
The growth of Australia’s renewable energy industry shows no sign of slowing. Learn more about the amount of jobs being created from projects that are financially committed and under construction.
Clean Energy at Work highlights the results of the largest study of current and projected employment in the renewable energy industry in Australia.
Renewable energy generates over 25,000 jobs across Australia and consists of a diverse range of occupations. Here we profile some of the people working in clean energy and learn more about the work they do.
The Clean Energy Workforce Reference Group aims to discuss and define norms and standards of practice in the employment of Australian clean energy workforces.