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Launch of E-Learning Course on Renewable Energy, Energy Transition and Energy Efficiency in Central Asia.

Central Asia, with its untapped renewable energy potential, can make a major contribution to the green energy revolution. To meet this potential, Central Asian countries have prioritized the need to invest in an enabling workforce. Against this background, the DKU with the support of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) have launched an E-learning course "Renewable Energy, Energy Transition, and Energy Efficiency in Central Asia".

This E-learning initiative seeks to equip participants with foundational knowledge in renewable energy, energy transition, and energy efficiency within the context of Central Asia. While it places a particular emphasis on the technical, legislative, economic, and financial dimensions of renewable energy development in the region, it also addresses the crucial issue of gender equality by empowering women to actively engage in the energy sector.

This comprehensive E-learning course is available in both English and Russian, catering to individuals with varying levels of expertise in Central Asian energy dynamics. Comprising five modules, each housing several lectures, the course offers participants the flexibility to complete the training at their own pace. The course offers valuable content for both specialists and students interested in renewable energy, energy, ecology, environment, and sustainable development.

  • Module 1: Renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) policy / International and regional context (8 lectures)
  • Module 2: Technical aspects of renewable energy sources (RES) and EE (8 lectures)
  • Module 3: Economic, financial and organizational aspects of RES and EE (7 lectures)
  • Module 4: Pilots and practitioners in the field of RES and EE (5 lectures)
  • Module 5: Women's initiatives on RES and EE (8 lectures)

According to the International Energy Agency, in a net-zero emission scenario the global shift towards clean energy is anticipated to create 17 million new jobs by 2030. Central Asia's vast renewable energy potential positions the region to seize these opportunities, including creating employment prospects and empowering women within the sector.

This course’s development was made possible by the generous contributions from Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland to the OSCE’s extra-budgetary initiatives.

The course is now available to all interested experts, learn more here:

March 18, 2024

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