RENAC Starts RE Summer Course On Renewable Energies Again In-person In August
Berlin, Germany - After a two-year break due to the pandemic, Renewables Academy (RENAC) AG will welcome participants back to the RENAC Training Centre in Berlin for the popular Green Energy Summer School (GESS) from August 22 to September 2.
During the first week of the Summerschool, the basic Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies course is offered. It is designed for professionals with and without a technical background who want to improve their career prospects ba acquiring a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy (RE) technologies. During the second week, the Management and Economics of Photovoltaic (PV) Projects course focuses on PV markets and technologies, management and financing of PV projects.
Courses include in-person lectures, hands-on exercises, and a site visit. Content is delivered by experts in their respective fields, who utilise case studies and practical hands-on exercises. This enables participants to gain a theoretical as well as practical understanding of topics covered in the courses.
"Renewable energy technologies need to be part of climate change solutions, as they are key to realising a more a sustainable and energy-independent future. Our courses and programmes help meet the demand for qualified experts, which remains very high worldwide”, said RENAC Board Member Berthold Breid.
RENAC is one of the leading international providers of training and education programs and capacity building services in renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency. Since 2008, more than 25,000 participants from over 160 countries have attended RENAC's various training courses and programmes.
Source: IWR Online, 29 Jun 2022