The Association for Decentralised Energy has today (15 July) launched a new series of videos filmed in the decentralised energy sector to highlight how the industry is contributing to the ‘green recovery’.
The campaign aims to raise the profile both with politicians and the press of the role industries such as energy efficiency, CHP, flexibility and heat networks will play in the green recovery by reskilling and recruiting across the country as we ‘build back better’.
Hosted on Greenrecovery.uk, the first three videos were filmed with members Bristol City Council, E.ON and Calor and showcase heat network installations and the shift to bio LPG in rural areas.
It also aims to help clarify what can constitute a green job, with additional videos featuring current employees talking about why they have chosen to pursue a green career path.
A further four videos with British Sugar, Clarke Energy, Hartree and SAV with be released over the coming months in the run-up to COP 26.