We are happy to announce the first module of our Executive Course 'The Community-Centric Energy Transition' has started today. This is the first out a total of three modules.
Thirteen participants, both from governmental and private organizations, partake in this course. During the course they listen to leading speakers in the field and discuss many different angles of energy transition to help them develop new insights. It is the third time this state-of-the-art energy course takes place.
Energy transition is about more than energy. This course explores how people, local communities and innovators are turning old paradigms on their head to create economic value in keeping with broader aspirations. The participants are challenged to create alternative paths towards a more decentralized, economically efficient and socially desirable system. The first module investigates the change on the demand side, which is at the heart of an increasingly decentralized energy transition.
This first module of the Executive Course ‘Community-Centric Energy Transition’ takes place today and tomorrow. The second one will take place on the 20th and 21st of April. This module will focus on what energy supply and policy mix for a citizen-driven energy transition.
For more information on our executive courses visit: www.rug.nl/ugbs
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