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Electrical training courses attendees could be part of green energy plans

Attendees of electrical training courses could have more opportunities to find jobs as part of new green energy plans proposed to the Welsh Assembly Government.

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) is publishing a report entitled zerocarbonbritain2030, which states that training young people for green energy jobs is a vital part of the drive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the UK.

According to the report, dedicating resources to insulating homes across Britain and switching to renewable energy sources will help to end dependence on fossil fuels, reports the BBC.

It would also provide a host of new employment opportunities for people in Wales, according to CAT external relations director Paul Allen.

He said: "By moving towards a zero carbon Wales we can create thousands of new jobs, enjoy greater energy security and a more sustainable, dynamic and resilient Welsh economy."

The positive impact that green energy initiatives are having on the employment market was underlined by Birmingham City Council's announcement this month that new jobs are to be created by a solar panel retrofitting scheme in the area.

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