Here we wish to promote training opportunities and courses on renewable energy and gender aspects of energy transition created by EU projects gEneSys collaborates with. If your project is developing new training materials on energy transition and gender please let us know by sending an email to email@example.com
A workshop designed and tested by gEneSys, aimed to raise awareness about energy transition issues through an innovative co-creation approach involving various energy transition actors, including researchers, practitioners, and other stakeholders. The insights gathered will serve as a baseline for defining just energy transition pathways, functioning as transformation archetypes to achieve a more equitable society. Please download the workshop design here.
EUI Online, Residential, Blended and Tailor-made courses in all levels of knowledge. Learn about fundamental of energy transition, regulation of energy utilities, how to master electricity markets and key issues around their reform, power systems and electric vehicles infrastructures, hot to meet societal goals and promote fair and efficient economic choices.
European Master in Renewable Energy course from EUREC for post-graduate students to fill the gap between the growing industry demand for specialised renewable energy expertise and the skills currently available on the job market. The course has three sections: “core” on key technologies, “specialisation” on the technology of choice, and a project, either in industry or a research laboratory., with a Master thesis.
A self-paced MOOC from FemPower an Erasmus+ project. The course was designed by Politechnic of Milano and has four modules: When gender and energy meet; Experience of women in Clean Energy Transition (CET); Increasing the role of women in the CET; and Women and innovation in the CET.
LEAP-RE Renewable Energy School from the EU-funded LEAP-RE project creates a long-term partnership of African and European stakeholders in government, research and academia, the private sector and civil society. In its mission to develop renewable energy as a sustainable source of energy for all in Africa, the project brings together a large-scale consortium of 96 partners from 34 countries and two international organisations.