UK Wind Energy Supply Chain and Skills
Engagement and strategic collaboration are key to gearing up for the varied and diverse opportunities ahead.
There are companies of all sizes and backgrounds working and thriving in the wind industry. By 2030 our wind farms could power around 5 million UK homes and create thousands of skilled jobs across the UK, making wind the backbone of a reliable, affordable and fossil free energy system.
A supply chain podcast
Listen to this podcast to find out more about the work already being done by Vattenfall to engage with businesses in the East Anglia region.
The Offshore Wind Sector Deal
Danielle Lane , Vattenfall's UK Country Manager talks about the potential of the Offshore Wind Sector Deal, a partnership between the UK Government and the offshore wind industry to deliver an ambitious vision that will see at least 30GW of offshore wind delivered in the UK by 2030.
Who can benefit?
It may sound vague, but the answer is “anyone”. Some quite small enterprises from the UK have become exporters to other markets already and much more of this is possible.
Working in onshore wind - NetZero jobs
Find out more about the supply chain and employment opportunities in onshore wind from Jon O'Sullivan, Head of Onshore Operations and Maintenance for Vattenfall in the UK.
From unemployment to the wind industry
Worley, formerly 3sun Group already employs 200 technicians and up to 30 new jobs will be created through their latest contract with Vattenfall, the largest contract in the history of the Great Yarmouth-based business. Find out more about Worley's wind turbine inspection technicians David Larter and Ben Kirchell, who now have careers in offshore wind after being unemployed.
Wind energy news
Local jobs, contracts and the Unlock our Future Fund connected to Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm are expected to generate well over £5 million each year for the Aberdeen and wider ...
Vattenfall UK has responded to the Government's proposals of Offshore Wind
Vattenfall UK has responded to the launch of National Grid ESO’s Offshore Coordination Project