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'It'll be around forever': fossil fuel workers switch to new jobs in renewables

Those hoping to future-proof their careers are turning to green industries such as windfarms Support Guardian journalism today, by making a single or recurring contribution, or subscribing"This is absolutely massive for me," Mustafa Hamed explains. The 21-year-old from Wigan first came to Britain from Iraq as a child more than 17 years ago in the wake of a bitter war steeped in oil. Today, he is helping to build what will be the world's biggest offshore windfarm off the east coast of England.Hamed joined Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK, a Welsh engineering firm, as an apprentice last year. He now works as a contractor at the Dogger Bank offshore windfarm, a multibillion-pound energy project by SSE Renewables and the Norwegian energy company Equinor that is due to begin powering millions of British homes by the early 2020s. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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