ENTSO-E and FSR are partnering to guide you through the European Energy Transition journey via a new online course.
The 8-week training provides an insight into the EU’s energy transition journey by looking at the past trajectory and the challenges ahead. Technology breakthroughs, innovation including business model innovation and processes as well as changing role and emerging actors, policies, regionalisation and Europeanisation form an intrinsic part of the agenda.
The course is designed to enable the international energy community to understand the actors, sectors and factors driving change at the European level and help benchmark their region or country.
The online course is based on a new book edited by Susanne Nies and prefaced by Jacques Delors which will be included (in digital form) in the course as dedicated reading material.
Welcome to the course
Live class: 15 May 2020 2pm CEST
Week 1: Objectives of European energy policy, legislation and institutions
16 May – 22 May
Live class: 22 May 2pm CEST
Week 2: From the 2020 to the 2030 targets and EU long-term energy and climate strategy
23 May – 29 May
Live class: 29 May 2pm CEST
Week 3: Innovation and technology
30 May – 5 June
Live class: 5 June 2pm CEST
Week 4: Security of supply, risk preparedness and flexibility
6 – 12 June
Live class: 12 June 2pm CEST
Week 5: Development of electricity markets in Europe
13 June – 19 June
Live class: 19 June 2pm CEST
Week 6: Learning from the European experience
20 June – 26 June
Live class: 26 June 2pm CEST
Group work delivery
Feedback to group work
The course is given in English and designed for professionals working in the energy sector worldwide who could benefit from the European experience or need a broader overview, including:
The participants can take the course on 3 different levels:
1) Investigator: Participants will learn and understand the main issues and challenges related to the EU Energy Transition via video lectures, readings, quizzes and live classes.
2) Advocate: Participants will perform the tasks of investigator + discuss and debate via forums topics related to the EU Energy Transition with colleagues and field specialists
3) Master: Participants will perform the tasks of Advocate + take a group work to analyse a real-life case from EU or home country
The course focusses on international constituencies, keen to understand the framework of the European energy transition better, as to benchmark their own development against it.
The 8-week training will facilitate knowledge exchange via video- lectures, live interactive classes, dedicated reading materials, quizzes, course discussions and group work.
The course participants will work both individually and in groups on specific tasks – all real life cases and issues.
At the end of the course, the participants can earn a certificate depending on their level of engagement and performance throughout the course.
Paid registration fee is non-refundable. However, registrant substitution may be made up to 20 days before the start date of the course.
The course is designed to enable the international energy community to understand the actors, sectors, and factors driving change at the European level and help benchmark their region or country.
The course covered many interesting topics. I found reading the book broaden my knowledge and is of great help to understanding the energy transition.
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