Just Transition for energy workers

Just Transition is about the fair treatment of workers and communities most affected by change as we move to a lower carbon world.

Prospect represents more than 20,000 energy workers, and as the UK moves towards a low-carbon economy, we still do not have a coherent plan that puts those workers and communities at the heart of future energy policy.

Prospect, and the wider trade union movement across the energy sector, is campaigning for a ‘just transition’ for those affected.

What does a just transition mean?

  • A balanced low-carbon energy mix
  • Investment in skills and infrastructure
  • Protecting and creating high-quality jobs and employment
  • No community left behind.

 

On this page you’ll find our latest content and resources related to just transition.

Archive:

Prospect panel tackles challenges of a Just Transition

Scottish Govt response to Just Transition Commission lacks a clear strategy for job creation

Green Jobs Task Force puts unions at heart of Just Transition to Net Zero

How we’re helping Job Transition in the energy industry

RenewableUK launches Just Transition tracker

A just transition for energy workers: The stakes could not be higher

Prospect launches Just Transition plan for UK Power Sector

Green Recovery Plan for the UK energy sector

Answering your questions on Just Transition

Scotland’s Just Transition Commission publishes interim report

Just transition is essential for people and places, says NEF report

Unions must engage with Just Transition

What does ‘Just Transition’ mean?

Why the Climate Crisis is a trade union issue

Unions call for ‘Just Transition’ commission

Prospect and TUC: ‘Just Transition’ must be fair for communities

Resources:

Download: Just Transition for UK Power Sector

 

 

 

 

Download: Joint unions Just Transition leaflet

Download: Five steps to a secure, low-carbon energy future

Download: TUC report “A Just Transition to a greener, fairer economy”

Related:

>> Dignity at Work’ Charter for the Energy Sector
>> Climate emergency
>> Renewables Newsletter