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VIDEO: Second Energy Community Summer School, Ohrid 2017

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October 6, 2017

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Second year in a row the EnC Summer School, organized by the Energy Community Secretariat, in cooperation with the Visegrad Fund, the GIZ ORF-EE, and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies from Skopje, hosted a number of highly motivated young individuals in Ohrid. It was an opportunity for the young minds of SEE, EU and beyond to gain insight into most up to date energy and sustainable development issues, while contributing to the current energy debate. For a glimpse of the atmosphere from the EnC Summer School 2017, see the short video.

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