Research: jobs in energy sector to increase dramatically

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A study conducted at LUT highlights the fundamental benefit of transitioning to zero greenhouse gas emissions.

Official Press Release LUT University:

New research reveals: energy transition towards high shares of renewables has huge potential for job growth

A climate compliant energy transition will not just ensure stable energy costs but also lead to zero greenhouse gas emissions and create more stable jobs around the world, reveals a new study conducted at LUT University.

While scientists have issued grave warnings of the worsening impacts of climate change based on the recent IPCC report, a study conducted at LUT highlights the fundamental benefit of transitioning to zero greenhouse gas emissions. The study forecasts that jobs in the energy sector may increase globally from 57 million in 2020 to 134 million in 2050. The research focused on the net employment impacts of an accelerated uptake of renewable energy, envisaging a world deriving 100% of its energy... ... More: Official Press Release LUT University

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