The European Climate, Infrastructure, and Environment Executive Agency has rolled out the second edition of its ManagEnergy Master Class. The program is designed to arm energy agencies and local authorities across Europe with the necessary skills and knowledge to develop and implement sustainable energy projects.
What’s on the Agenda?
The master class will delve into the intricacies of various financial instruments and models, including Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and Energy Performance Contracts (EPC). The course is structured as a blended learning experience, featuring both online and in-person sessions in Brussels. The first online session is slated for September 27, followed by a face-to-face meeting in Brussels on October 10-11, and concluding with another online session on October 27.
To encourage participation, the program offers financial support up to €550 for travel and accommodation expenses. Additionally, participants who successfully complete the course will receive a digital badge as a testament to their newly acquired skills and knowledge.
How to Apply?
The application window is open until September 8, 2023. Those interested in enhancing their expertise in sustainable energy financing are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to secure a spot.
The ManagEnergy Master Class represents a significant opportunity for professionals in the European energy sector, particularly those focused on recruitment, HR, and reskilling. With its emphasis on practical financial tools and models, the program aims to fill a critical knowledge gap in the industry.
For more details or to apply, interested parties are advised to visit the official ManagEnergy website.