Abstract

While the renewable energy sector needs more workers per megawatt of energy generated than fossil fuel-based energy sectors, a sound and dynamic labor market is necessary for local populations to enjoy the benefits of employment. A well-functioning market can help improve labor market information and assess the training needs of employees in the renewable energy sector.

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Sylvain Côté

Sylvain Côté

Sylvain was a senior research fellow in the Energy and Macroeconomics program, where he led the research on energy transitions…

Sylvain was a senior research fellow in the Energy and Macroeconomics program, where he led the research on energy transitions and employment. Participating on various advisory committees, he also provided policy insights and advice on labor market strategies. Sylvain has held similar research responsibilities relating to energy efficiency and rebound, and the future energy demand in transportation.

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