Skills Improvement is Necessary for the Renewable Energy Sector of CIS States
/11th March 2020, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The adoption of renewable power plants (especially solar and wind) in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) will lead to a significant reduction in the region’s carbon footprint while saving natural gas for future or other use. In most CIS states, energy conservation is considered one of the main ways to ensure energy security. After the USSR's disintegration, the newly independent states found themselves facing severe challenges that had suddenly emerged in the energy sector, and these challenges were related to providing a sustainable power supply. One of these challenges is the lack of skills for the renewable energy industry in the CIS states. The interest of policymakers in anticipating future skill needs has grown in all countries. A better-informed look into the future is viewed as an imperative of successful policies for more dynamic renewable energy markets and prosperous economies based on clean energy targets. Renewable Market Watch™ published the report Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Wind Power Market Outlook 2019÷2028. One of the main targets of this regional analysis is identifying impediments to the improvements that can be made in skills capacity development in the CIS region. Furthermore, in this report, an attempt is made to find ways to enhance the situation to mitigate risks related to the security of energy supplies in the CIS region.
CIS states' overall objective is to build effective systems for skills needs identification and anticipation across the renewable energy industry. Starting to recover from a low bottom after independence, growth resumed between the late 1990s and early 2000s. After the negative impact of the global economic crisis of 2008-2009, the countries have re-entered a steady growth path. The emerging renewable energy sector, driven by new technologies, demands completely different skills than those required by the old industries.
On this backdrop, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) has to reform their education and training systems to meet the increasing demand for renewable energy experts, engineers and other staff. Policymakers are striving at improving methods to anticipate future skill needs. A better-informed look into the future is viewed as necessary to ensure successful policy-making to improve skills generation, make labour-markets more dynamic and enhance the competitiveness of the renewable energy sector in these countries.
Furthermore, the network of policymakers and experts from all CIS states is recommended to support the building of national mechanisms for the skills needs identification and anticipation regarding the region's renewable energy industry. It will be an important platform for the exchange of experiences and mutual learning. There is no universal road toward a perfect skills anticipation system that can predict the future and eliminate uncertainties. But more effective national mechanisms are needed to understand better how skills systems function, what is likely to happen, and which solutions work best.
The more information about solar and wind power markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), including full contact details of wind and solar power project owners and developers you may read here: Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Solar and Wind Power Market Outlook: Outlook 2019 ÷ 2028
To download a brochure with sample pages about solar photovoltaic markets of CIS States, please access from here: Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Market Outlook: Outlook 2019 ÷ 2028
To download a brochure with sample pages about wind power markets of CIS States, please access from here: Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Wind Power Market Outlook: Outlook 2019 ÷ 2028
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