An Online Lesson on Solar Fuel – A Free Webinar But Register Now!

An Online Lesson on Solar Fuel - A Free Webinar But Register Now!
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THE GALILEO PROJECT – The European Energy Centre (EEC) has won European funding to train individuals and professionals in renewable energy, allowing them to gain the Galileo Master Certificate. The courses are open to the general public, individuals and companies from all backgrounds. 

Taught by renowned university lecturers and leading experts with both practical and theoretical expertise, the courses have been running at major universities around the UK and Europe for the past 36 years.

And I have found a free upcoming Webinar for you from the Galileo Project.

Next Free Training Webinar on:

Thursday 25th February 2016 at 3pm GMT / 10am EST / 8:30pm IST (duration 1 hour)

You can register for free on the EEC Accredited Centre’s global webinar presented by Professor Ranjit Koodali, from the University of South Dakota. Professor Koodali received the prestigious 2013 Cutler Award in the Natural Science and Math category for excellence in teaching and research.

This webinar builds upon the topics covered in the upcoming Renewable Energy Management & Finance classroom course, which will be attended by delegates from the Department of Energy and World Bank, and the online course taken via distance learning.

What You Can Learn:

The webinar aims to develop your knowledge of the main principles involved in solar fuel technology, including the challenges, innovations and future prospects within this area. The webinar will help you understand:

– Current solar fuel trends
– The energy challenge
– Solar energy conversion
– Natural & artificial photosynthesis (bioinspired approaches, photoelecrochemistry & photocatalysis)
– The future prospects of solar fuel technology
This webinar is worth an EnergyCPD hour.
Certificate of Participation awarded.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Paolo Buoni, Director at the European Energy Centre (EEC). Paolo has been in charge of helping the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) launch the Green New Deal.

Professor Ranjit Koodali, from the University of South Dakota (USD). Professor Koodali received the prestigious 2013 Cutler Award in the Natural Science and Math category for excellence in teaching and research.

REGISTER
Sign up for the next free webinar: Click here