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Jointly RESkilling towards sustainability


SKILLBILL presents the Joint Stakeholder Initiative, uniting pan-european stakeholders, energy experts from the quadruple helix, and the entire RES value chain.

Born from a Co-Creation Workshop, this initiative thrives on transdisciplinary knowledge contributed by engaged stakeholders, who offer valuable insights gathered through dedicated Working Groups.


Joint Stakeholder Initiative has mission to establish a robust foundation for the advancement and acceleration of renewable energy development, envisioning a greener, more effective, and widespread next generation of sustainable technology, driven by the collaborative efforts of experts and stakeholders across Europe.


  • Unite renowned experts, pan-european stakeholders, from the entire renewable energy value chain.
  • Collaborate with experts to shape the future of renewable energy by offering your invaluable transdisciplinary knowledge and insights, already gathered through dedicated interviews.
  • Join forces with industry leaders, policymakers, researchers, and educators to develop cutting-edge master and vocational programs.
  • Address the critical skills required for the next generation of renewable energy systems.
  • Contribute to the establishment of a solid and dynamic foundation, fostering the growth and acceleration of sustainable technologies.
  • Embrace this unique chance to drive meaningful change in the renewable energy sector.
  • Engage in profound discussions and exchange ideas with leading professionals from diverse domains. play a pivotal role in shaping a greener, more effective, and pervasive future for sustainable energy technology across Europe and beyond.
  • Seize this extraordinary opportunity to be at the forefront of the energy revolution.

Co-creation Workshop

The foundation of SKILLBILL’s Joint Stakeholder Initiative is rooted in a dynamic and engaging Co-Creation Workshop. Held on June 14th, 2023, this workshop brought together 32 passionate participants, including external stakeholders, advisory board members, and consortium partners, all deeply involved in the energy sector.

During this transformative event, four thematic Working Groups were established, each focusing on critical aspects of the renewable energy landscape. These working groups, representing a diverse cross-section of expertise, will be the driving force behind formulating master and vocational programs tailored to the needs of the next generation of renewable energy systems.

The Co-Creation Workshop served as a catalyst for innovation, encouraging collaborative ideation and co-design of organizational models. Participants left the workshop with a sense of excitement and dedication, eager to participate in the upcoming activities of these Working Groups. This robust foundation paves the way for future collaborations, enabling experts and stakeholders to join forces in addressing the skills required to lead the renewable energy revolution.

By fostering an environment of collective intelligence and collaborative effort, SKILLBILL is committed to propelling the renewable energy sector forward, achieving greener, more sustainable, and effective technologies. The success of the Co-Creation Workshop sets the tone for a future filled with impactful developments, driven by the contributions and insights of our diverse and dedicated energy community.

Working Groups

SKILLBILL has established four dynamic Working Groups, each focused on key domains critical to the renewable energy sector:

  1. Sustainable and Renewable Electricity& Skills Gap impacting its full deployment potential
  2. Sustainable Mobility& Skills Gap impacting its full deployment potential
  3. Sustainable and Renewable Heat & Skills Gap impacting its full deployment potential
  4. Sustainable and Renewable Fuels & Skills Gap impacting its full deployment potential

Comprising 6-8 expert members in each group, these Working Groups form the backbone of our Joint Stakeholder Initiative. Meetings will be conducted on a semester basis, providing ample opportunities for intensive collaboration and knowledge exchange. The expected outcomes of these Working Groups are multifaceted, with a common goal to shape the next generation of renewables:

  • Identifying New Jobs and Skills: The Working Groups will actively identify emerging job roles and the essential skills required for the future of renewable energy. By anticipating industry needs, they will help bridge the skills gap and ensure a well-prepared workforce for sustainable energy development.
  • Translating Technological Advances into Training Needs: As technology rapidly evolves, the Working Groups will assess its impact on workforce training requirements. They will provide crucial insights to align training programs with the latest advancements, equipping professionals to harness cutting-edge renewable energy technologies.
  • Solutions for Development and Adoption of sustainable renewable energy and fuel techs: All groups will work collaboratively to propose innovative solutions for advancing the development and widespread adoption of renewable energy systems. By leveraging their collective expertise, they will chart the course for a greener and more sustainable energy future.
  • Direction on Regulatory Shifts and Guidelines to shape favorable environment for RES diffusion: The Working Groups will actively monitor and analyze regulatory changes, offering direction on policy shifts and guidelines necessary for fostering renewable energy growth. Their recommendations will play a pivotal role in shaping a supportive policy framework.
  • Training Programs for Skilling, Reskilling, and Upskilling: To facilitate continuous growth, the Working Groups will design comprehensive training programs tailored to the needs of the renewable energy workforce. These programs will enable professionals to acquire new skills and adapt to the evolving demands of the industry.

With a shared vision and the collective wisdom of the energy community, SKILLBILL’s Working Groups will drive transformative change, empowering the next generation of renewables for a sustainable and thriving future.