Project TREE - Transfer Renewable Energy Efficiency


Courtesy of Renewables Academy AG (RENAC)

TREE stands for Transfer Renewable Energy & Efficiency. TREE is a German scholarship program.

TREE facilitates know-how transfer and capacity building in renewable energies, energy efficiency and climate protection, for decision makers, high potentials and engineers from developing and emerging countries.

The TREE project, started in 2008 and run by the Renewables Academy AG (RENAC), is supported by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) as part of the climate protection initiative. Almost 600 decision makers from politics and economics have already participated in one of the TREE education programs.

What is new in TREE 2010?

  • The TREE program 2010 is dedicated to government employees, financial providers and project developers to provide know-how of the functions and applications of the various renewable technologies, regulation requirements, project costs and financing and project life cycle strategies.
  • Due to the high interest in the TREE seminars in 2008/2009, the program for 2010 is being offered to a wider circle of countries and will support the development phase of IRENA.
  • Seminars will take place in Berlin, Abu Dhabi, Malaysia, Mexico, South Africa and India. Please, have a look at the TREE 2010 seminar planner.

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