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22 August 2022

Spring 2023 training programmes: Apply now!

Apply now until 25th September 2022 to join one or more of our unique training programmes for energy transition professionals from developing (ODA) countries.

Spring 2023 training programmes: Apply now!

Are you looking to deepen your knowledge of the energy transition? Do you want to learn how to develop a decarbonisation roadmap? Or are you eager to debate the technological, political, and economic perspectives of hydrogen economies?

In spring 2023, we are once again offering a variety of intensive training programmes that will help motivated professionals shape the energy systems of tomorrow in their home countries. The trainings include multi-disciplinary sessions and the opportunity to exchange professional and international experiences with peers and expert facilitators.

We accept applications until September 25th 2022 for all spring 2023 programmes. These include in-person trainings at our offices in the heart of Berlin, such as the 6-week EnerTracks Fellowship, the EnerTracks Study Tour with our partners from Renewables Academy (RENAC), and the PtX-Training.

The EnerTracks Fellowship covers a variety of topics such as energy markets, power system flexibility, and research methodologies. Supported by a one-on-one mentorship, participants develop their own transformation project.

During the EnerTracks Study Tour, participants receive intensive training in stakeholder engagement, electricity modelling, and design thinking – and, guided by experts from RENAC and Agora Energiewende, work together in small groups to develop a comprehensive decarbonisation roadmap.

We also offer a new 2-week Power-to-X (PtX) training, which will help participants weigh opportunities and risks associated with hydrogen and PtX technologies, and act as drivers of change in their country’s energy transition.

For detailed information about all the programmes and how to apply, please click here.

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