Download the Blog - Shortage of electrical engineers: a real risk to energy transition

    Electrification has far-reaching consequences in several areas: power grids and homes need to be brought up to date, previously separate energy production and distribution systems need to converge, battery storage is required, millions of charging stations need to be installed, energy meters need to be fortified, solar panels installed, grids equipped with intelligence and new functionalities... and so on. This raises a new question: who will actually do all this work? Because in order to make the energy transition a reality, we will need a vastly greater number of electrical technicians and engineers.