28.07.2010 -

6th REIC Summer School on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) in SEE. Fojnica, BiH. 23 August–3 September 2010

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Summer school thematically dedicated to energy efficiency and renewable energy (EERE) and their importance for achieving sustainable development

 

It aims at deepening and expanding sectoral-oriented knowledge through a multidisciplinary approach by offering comprehensive and innovative methods of work upon which the obstacles to the introduction and to the use of renewable energy as well as to the enhancement of energy-efficiency are tackled. Finally, both environmental and societal aspects of renewable energy use and energy efficiency improvement will be duly taken into account.

The Goals are : 

• Offer educational support to young researchers from the region on renewable energy and energy efficiency issues;

• Enhance the interdisciplinary approach of sustainable energy issues,

• Build capacities on renewable energy and energy efficiency promotion as an element of reaching sustainable development in the SEE region,

• Strengthen the dissemination of information on renewable energy and energy efficiency potentials in the region.

The multidisciplinary programme is targeting young professionals and final year students from the following countries in South East Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, as well as UNMIK/Kosovo.

Download :

Final Programme from right menu.

Useful links :

REIC website

5th Summer School on Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency in South East Europe - Fojnica, Bosnia & Herzegovina 10-23 August 2009

UNESCO and Renewable and Alternative Energies

Organizer : 

REIC Sarajevo Tel. +387 (0)33 61 31 93 

Email : info(at)reic.org.ba

UNESCO Contacts : 

Iulia Nechifor Programme Specialist i.nechifor(at)unesco.org

Davide Poletto Assistant Programme Specialist d.poletto(at)unesco.org




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