- Fewer people are applying for jobs in the energy sector, and the staff shortage is expected to get even bigger in the coming years.
- This could delay Sweden’s transition to green energy, says Åsa Pettersson, CEO of the industry body Swedenergy.
- She says people may be concerned about the working environment in the energy industry.
Related stories from around the North:
Norway: Will the green transition be the new economic motor in the Arctic?, Eye on the Arctic
Sweden: Wind farm delays in northern Sweden could hinder green revolution, Radio Sweden
United States: Dunleavy says Alaska can boost fuels, renewables; clean energy advocates disagree, Alaska Public Media