The Weser-Ems Energy Strategy Council awards prizes for groundbreaking theses on key topics of the energy industry from the Northwest: "Exciting and novel topics, ideas and business models will determine the energy system of the future, contribute to increasing acceptance or show how the system and society of the future must be designed in order to further promote the energy turnaround in general and also the Weser-Ems region as a key region. Knowledge networking and transfer from colleges and universities is of great importance here, because the energy system transformation is a generational task and it requires the continuous bundling of all forces in order to implement it successfully," emphasizes the Chairman of the Weser-Ems Energy Strategy Council, Oldenburg's Lord Mayor Jürgen Krogmann.
Weser-Ems not only has an excellent infrastructure for testing new technologies - we also have a scientific landscape in the field of (renewable) energies that is unique in Germany. Energy is a key topic at almost all colleges and universities, whether from a technical, social or economic perspective. Many other research institutes conduct interdisciplinary research and development and focus on topics such as energy production from renewable sources, sector coupling (energy-heat-transport), acceptance and participation for (renewable) energies, hydrogen applications/renewable fuels as a new field of action for the energy industry, regulation and financing in the energy sector and energy and climate protection education.
The Strategy Council would like to contribute to knowledge networking and transfer and is holding a competition to award prizes for groundbreaking theses on these topics.
Apply with your thesis by 31.12.2020, increase your career opportunities in the region and win up to 1,500 euros! You can find further information at: www.weser-ems.eu
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