A life in energy: what do you do?

From nuclear safety engineers to offshore wind technicians, we meet six people working at the frontline of the energy crisis

As the demand and price of energy continues to surge so too does the sector's need for new staff. Many energy firms have an ageing workforce nearing retirement, and a shortage of trained graduates has left the booming industry facing a skills shortage with companies battling to attract new talent into the industry.

As the UK's largest industrial employer, energy firms have more than 175,000 workers across the UK in a wide range of roles and specialisms. We caught up with just a few of them to find out what they do is the solution to the energy crisis is in their hands?

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