Overall, Asia Pacific (APAC) accounts for more than half of global energy consumption, and with increasing urbanisation, industrialisation, and a growing population, the demand for energy is constantly rising. Because of this, the region is poised to become the leading destination for renewable energy development and investment as we move through the 2020s and beyond, with solar and wind energy, in particular, predicted to bolster the sector’s promising upward trajectory.
Since 2020, LVI Associates has been surveying renewable energy professionals across the region to understand a detailed picture of their remuneration packages. This year, we have surveyed nearly 600 experienced Renewable Energy sector professionals to create the LVI Associates Renewable Energy Salary Guide 2022, to produce a YoY comparison report covering compensation and variants between locations and energy sources.
This year, the Salary Guide covers salary and package benchmarks for all hiring managers and professionals across different energy sources across the APAC region:
ONSHORE & OFFSHORE WIND: Japan, Taiwan
SOLAR: Australia, Japan, Singapore
ENERGY STORAGE: Japan
The majority of onshore & offshore wind professionalsreceived a higher percentage of salary increment despite the location.
The majority of renewable energy professionals in the APAC region received 14-20 days of paid annual leave.
Over8 out of 10 solar professionals received high flexibility at work, most of them can have 5 days per week working from home.
Find out more from our latest LVI Associates Renewable Energy Salary Guide 2022.
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Annual base salary equivalent
Salary increment percentage
Paid annual leave
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