Innovative Technological and Management Concepts for Renewable Energy 10 - 28 June, 2014 - Berlin (Germany)
Energy supply transported via central grids is sometimes interrupted or simply not available in remote regions. Thus, fuel operated generators are often used to fill the gap but their disadvantages are manifold: they are noisy, costly to maintain, they consume fossil fuels and are harmful for the environment. This Summer School aims to show how renewable energy can provide energy efficiently and reliably.
This Summer School consists of three one-week modules. In the first week basics and practice of photovoltaics are addressed. In Week 2 technologies for wind power generation are in the focus. Bioenergy technologies are considered both in theory and practice in week 3. The Summer School includes presentations, a workshop, excursions to renewable energy projects and sight-seeing tours of Berlin and of Potsdam. Participants can choose to attend one module, two modules or the entire summer school.
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SRH University, Berlin, Germany
SRH University Berlin is placed in the highest tier for international quality and has a strong academic reputation. It is known to be a prestigious university in Berlin.
German Academy’s classroom at Berliner Landesstelle, in Berlin, Germany
This summer school is designed for engineers, technicians, decision makers, suppliers, students or graduates of engineering, technicians, economics or related subjects. as well as investors and educators in the field of renewable energies or public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to installing renewable energy systems in both urban or rural.
Certificate & Credits: ECTS
4 credits can be awarded for fully participating in the Summer School program. A certificate of participation will be handed out to the participants upon completion of the program (participants must have attended at least 90% of the program).
For registration, please fill out the attached form and send it along with your updated CV to the address located under the Registration and Contact Information section. Please specify that you wish to join our “Innovative Technological and Management Concepts for Renewable Energy” 10 – 28 June, 2014 – Berlin (Germany). Within a few days you will know if your application has been accepted.
Application and Payment Finalization Deadlines:
- 1- For Non-EU participants who need a visa to enter Germany: 30.04.2014.
- 2- For EU participants or participants who have a visa to enter Germany:15.05.2014.