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Applications open for Energy Community Summer School

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January 18, 2016

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The application process is underway for the first Energy Community Summer School. The multidisciplinary training programme is aimed at providing highly motivated post-graduate students and young professionals with a strong understanding of the full complexity of the energy sectors as well as giving them a platform for exchange and contribution to the energy debate, the Energy Community said. Researchers from all energy-related disciplines, people from governmental institutions, companies, think tanks and the civil sector from the Energy Community region are invited to apply.

The school will cover scientific, legal, economic, cultural, political as well as technical aspects of energy production, supply and consumption, with a particular focus on energy sectors in transition. The interactive training sessions will be led by renowned academics and professionals with decisive expertise in the energy sector.

The first Energy Community Summer School will take place in Tirana from September 3 to September 10. It is organised in close collaboration with the Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency (ORF-EE), funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). It will be hosted by the Polis University.

The application deadline is March 31. Participation is free of charge. To find out more about the Summer School, including the selection criteria and registration process, please consult the link below.

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