A European masters in renewable energy - alleviating skills shortages for the photovoltaic market

M.B. Boreland, K Faiz, P. Rowley, D.G. Infield, G. Arrowsmith

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Abstract

The current rapid growth of the PV and renewable industry may stall if the shortage of appropriately trained people, required to power the expansion, is not addressed, The EU needs an integrated training strategy to solve the skills shortage. In response to this need, a consortium of European universities jointly developed the European Masters in Renewable Energy. The first intake of students commenced in October 2002, marking the beginning of a unique European training program in renewable energy. This paper will detail the development and structure of the course. The progress and results, of the first year of the European Masters in Renewable Energy will also be presented at the conference
LanguageEnglish
Pages2596-2598
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - May 2003
Event3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion - Osaka, Japan
Duration: 11 May 200318 May 2003

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Conference3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
CountryJapan
CityOsaka
Period11/05/0318/05/03

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Keywords

  • european masters
  • renewable energy
  • alleviating skills shortages
  • photovoltaic market
  • industrial training
  • renewable energy sources
  • power markets
  • photovoltaic power systems

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Boreland, M. B., Faiz, K., Rowley, P., Infield, D. G., & Arrowsmith, G. (2003). A European masters in renewable energy - alleviating skills shortages for the photovoltaic market. 2596-2598. Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, Osaka, Japan.
Boreland, M.B. ; Faiz, K ; Rowley, P. ; Infield, D.G. ; Arrowsmith, G. / A European masters in renewable energy - alleviating skills shortages for the photovoltaic market. Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, Osaka, Japan.3 p.
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Boreland, MB, Faiz, K, Rowley, P, Infield, DG & Arrowsmith, G 2003, 'A European masters in renewable energy - alleviating skills shortages for the photovoltaic market' Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, Osaka, Japan, 11/05/03 - 18/05/03, pp. 2596-2598.

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2003. 2596-2598 Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, Osaka, Japan.

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Boreland MB, Faiz K, Rowley P, Infield DG, Arrowsmith G. A European masters in renewable energy - alleviating skills shortages for the photovoltaic market. 2003. Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, Osaka, Japan.