The objective of the course is to raise awareness about the key dimensions that need to be addressed in developing sustainable energy solutions. The course will provide insights into energy systems modeling, best practices in energy policymaking, best available technologies and financing schemes. The training will take place in Groningen, the Netherlands, 15 - 23 November.
Participation in the training is open to mid-level professionals from emerging and developing countries with expertise in industrial development, energy and environment and other relevant fields, engaged in the design and implementation of policies. Successful candidates from developing countries will be provided with travel, catering and accommodation.
The 8-day course is designed to provide participants the opportunity to familiarize themselves with current and expected trends in sustainable energy solutions and to reflect on practical, innovative and cost effective ways to address sustainability problems within the energy industry and energy systems.
The course is organized jointly by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Energy Academy Europe (EAE), a centre of excellence on energy located in Groningen, the
Applications to the course can be made through: https://institute.unido.org/ses2017. Applications are open until 25 September 2017.