Jennifer is one of the first recruits to innogy’s innovative ‘New Talents’ programme, which launched in December 2017. The programme is pushing the bounds of recruitment, in order to source the best talents for the industry.
Jennifer’s role within innogy is her first in the sector since completing a Renewable Energy Engineering MSc in September 2017, prior to this Jennifer studied a Physics BSc. She is currently working within both in the Interface Engineering team, and as a support WTG Engineer for innogy’s Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm. She has also worked within the Asset & Integrity team at Gwynt y Môr, and Risk Management and OFTO Transaction teams for Galloper Offshore Wind Farm, whilst on the programme.
“Offshore wind is a key investor in coastal communities and, according to renewableUK, is on track to inject many millions into local community projects over the next four years. innogy has already demonstrated its commitment having invested more than £1.5m into UK communities in 2017. As an example, Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm funds a Social Inclusion Mentor at the Creating Enterprise Project, creating employment and training opportunities in the Conwy area. The wind farm has also partnered with North Wales RNLI, supporting a new rescue support vehicle based at St Asaph which helped during the 2015 Cumbria floods.”
Offshore wind to provide more than 1/3 of the UK's electricity by 2030.
Workforce to be 25% women by 2030.
30 gigawatts of UK offshore wind by 2030.
£48 billion investment in UK infrastructure by 2030.
27,000 skilled jobs by 2030.
UK offshore wind career opportunities to increase threefold by 2030.
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