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We need to get the next generation excited about green jobs

Dina Potter, global head of social impact at National Grid highlights the importance of investing in green skills in the UK to enable us to reach carbon emissions targets and create new jobs.

Hundreds of thousands of new job roles are needed if we are to achieve a clean energy transition and meet net zero targets in the UK.

Dina Potter of the National Grid believes that investing in young people is key to this, and that we now need to ensure that young people understand the options for green careers with role models and schemes available to support this.

“Business and government need to do their part to educate and inspire young people and encourage them to consider their future in the green economy.”

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