A spokeswoman for the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) pointed out that there is a major concern that such a career move could leave many Brits out of pocket before they can realise their dream.
For example, she acknowledged that a person could be required to fork out between £5,000 and £8,000 to undertake a six-week course that enables them to up-skill to become a domestic green engineer.
In order to solve the problem, the CAT spokeswoman advises the government to forge new partnerships with trade unions, employers and regional development agencies.
These business deals would work to allow all parties to better understand the skills and resources required to create a zero carbon economy.
"Furthermore, strategy must be matched with planning - there is no point announcing ten new offshore wind turbines if we haven't got the supply chain working and the people to build the turbines," the spokeswoman added.
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Source: Salespeak News