Compile Summer School
3 Days (28 – 30 June 2022)
EUCENA project, COMPILE project
No tuition fee is required.
Covered by the organiser (27 – 29 June / 3 nights)
Covered by the organiser
Ms. Tamara Smolej
The citizen energy movement is evolving all over Europe, crystalizing the need for citizens and local communities to access renewable and affordable energy, such as solar and wind energy, and to contribute actively to the transition to a just, democratic and inclusive energy system across Europe.
This summer school will foster networking at the Balkan level and cross-country exchange of ideas, tools, knowledge, and good practices. It will also begin consolidating the community energy movement in Eastern Europe, where citizen energy is just developing, and foster collaboration with partners from Central Europe and Western Europe, which already has a strong tradition of citizen energy.
The overarching objective of the summer school is to start forming a Balkan Community Energy Network through a growing community of practitioners/ambassadors and to support the growth of energy communities in the Eastern region of Europe.
The key themes of the training are networking, capacity building and knowledge transfer.
THE SUMMER SCHOOL WILL COVER:
- technical aspects
of energy communities including both theoretical elements and practical training.
COMPILE Summer School programme offers a combination of course work, guest lectures and social/cultural activities. During the training, participants will attend lectures taught by high-level scholars from academia as well as experts and practitioners from leading energy companies etc. The social/cultural activities include a Trip to Halkidiki and evening gatherings. It will be a unique experience in a multicultural environment.
You can find all the information about the sessions and activities of the summer course in the detailed program.
- Students (bachelor, masters or PhD students),
- Researchers from all disciplines,
- Young professionals from governmental institutions (ministries, authorities and agencies) or energy companies,
- Think tanks,
- NGOs, etc.
To be considered for admission, applicants must be:
- Fluent in written and spoken English
We strongly encourage sustainable means of travel (e.g., train or bus). In the cases where air travel cannot be avoided we recommend offsetting, such as through the https://www.goldstandard.org
If you are interested in participating in the summer school, you can send your application through the link below.
Due to limited venue capacity, not all applications will be successful. Applicants will be chosen on a range of criteria including, but not limited to, country of origin, gender and background. Successful applicants are expected to stay for the whole 3-day duration of the summer school.