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Sky opens Innovation Centre

The centre, which is located at Sky's Osterley campus in West London, houses 600 tech engineers

The UK’s secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Michelle Donelan has officially opened Sky’s new Innovation Centre.

The centre, which is located at Sky’s Osterley campus in West London, houses 600 tech engineers, as well as software and app developers creating the next generation of Sky’s technology and platforms, said the company.

Dana Strong, Group CEO, Sky, with Michelle Donelan as she officially opens Sky’s new Innovation Centre

It is also Sky’s first fully net zero carbon building with over 473 sqm of solar photovoltaic panels.

In total, the Osterley campus is home to over 8,000 staff, including dedicated studios for Sky News and Sky Sports.

Speaking at the opening, Donelan said: It is my mission to give people the skills they need for the high-quality, well-paid jobs of the future – so it is great to see companies like Sky investing to train up our next generation of software and app developers and tech engineers. Innovation is what Britain does best, and it is at the heart of the government’s priorities for growth.”