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Egypt: Aiming at High-Quality Supply Chain

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 29, 2014
Egypt TrainingSolar energy is becoming an increasingly attractive and feasible option for many applications in Egypt against a backdrop of rising energy prices across the country. In July 2014, the long-announced first step of reducing fossil fuel and electricity subsidies resulted in a new energy price hike. According to the Chairman of the Solar Energy Development Association (SEDA), Khaled Gasser, diesel prices have jumped by 70%, the ones for petrol by, on average, around 40%, whereas natural gas prices have risen by 30 to 70 %, and electricity is now 25 % more expensive. The next challenge is to develop a high-quality solar thermal supply chain from system providers to certified installers
Photo: RENAC 

Costa Rica: Training Course at Earth University

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on December 4, 2012

An excellent campus, a highly motivated group of professionals and an abundantly sunny country: Martin Schnauss (third from right) is very satisfied with his Costa Rican training course, which took place in the middle of November at the international campus of the Earth University, a two-hour drive from the country’s capital, San José. Together with his colleague Katie Brown, Schnauss held the one-week training course about solar heating and cooling technology in cooperation with the German Renewables Academy AG (RENAC). The course, which was financed by the German Federal Environment Ministry, BMU, was free of charge for the participants.
Photos: RENAC AG

TREE seminar on financing Projects in Abu Dhabi and South Africa

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 24, 2010

 Riadh Bhar, Uli Jakob, and Rainer Schmidt (from left)” The three speakers for the two-day workshop in Abu Dhabi (from left): Riadh Bhar (Ecofys Germany), Uli Jakob (Solem Consulting) and Rainer Schmidt (TST-C Thomas Schmidt Consultants GmbH) had extensive discussions with the participants about project design and financing of renewable energy systems in the field of solar cooling, solar process heat, photovoltaics and energy efficiency in buildings.
Photo: Solem Consulting

Scholarship:'Solar thermal for hot water and space heating' in Berlin.

Submitted by Nigel Cotton on November 1, 2010

Spaces are still available to participate in the seminar ‘*Solar thermal for hot water and space heating*’ taking place from the *08.11- 12.11.2010* at the Renewables Academy in Berlin Germany under "*TREE - Transfer Renewable Energy & Efficiency"* scholarship project .

Master Programme on Global Production Engineering for Solar Technology (2009-2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on September 23, 2009

The Technical University of Berlin launched in 2008 a two-year Master Programme on solar energy - Global Production Engineering for Solar Technology in cooperation with RENAC – Renewables Academy. The degree programme was conceived for engineers who want to build a career in the production, management or engineering of solar technologies.

With the rapid and dynamic growth that the solar industry has known in the last years, the investment in qualified labor force in solar technologies becomes more and more essential.

TREE Project – CSP Seminars in South Africa (2009)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on August 25, 2009

The TREE Project (Transfer Renewable Energy & Efficiency), run by the Renewables Academy (RENAC) in Berlin aims to promote capacity building and know-how transfer in renewable energies (RE), energy efficiency (EE) and climate protection for both decision makers from politics and business, as well as technicians and engineers in emerging countries.

International Training Courses in Berlin, Germany

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 1, 2009

 Training courses RENACCombining theory with practical training: The seminars of the Renewables Academy (RENAC) take place in the newly equipped training center in Berlin, Germany. Photo: RENAC

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