- Sep 4, 2021 3:36 pm GMT
The number of people working in direct and indirect jobs connected to the sector is poised to rise, from 26,000 today to more than 69,800 by 2026, according to the Offshore Wind Industry Council (Owic). Most of these jobs will be in the north-east of England, Yorkshire and the Humber, East Anglia and Scotland – areas that once made up the UK’s industrial heartlands. But many of the workers can expect to be employed by foreign companies.
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