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GrEnFIn
/GrEnFIn Description

The GrEnFIn project aims to provide the Energy Sector's stakeholders the figure of the Sustainable Energy experts professional.

/GrEnFIn Master

With the GrEnFIn Master you will learn about Green Finance, Physics, Sustainable Technologies and Energy Transition.

/Professional Module

With the Professional Module you will have the opportunity to receive the formation needed to apply your skills.

GrEnFIn Project Final Conference, 20 - 21 October 2022
20/09/2022

GrEnFIn Project Final Conference, 20 - 21 October 2022

On 20th and 21st of October there will be the GrEnFIn Project Final Conference in Bologna.

20th October: The first day will be dedicated to the presentation of GrEnFIn Project outcomes and achievements. All consortium partners will contribute to draw the Project path and future perspective. The event has also the goal to enhance the networking between the consortium, associate partners and stakeholders with dedicated room for it.

21st October: The second day will be dedicated to the presentation of Scientific Contributions related to GrEnFIn Research field. The closure of the conference is represented by a Lectio Magistralis celebrating the Academic opening of GrEnFIn - Greening Energy Market and Finance Master First Edition by Prof. Peter Tancov.

Here the list of Scientific contributions:

- Dott. Andrea Mazzon - Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (LMU)
  Optimal portfolio choice under climate risk and model uncertainty

- Dott. Lorenzo Prosperi - Prometeia
  A modelling framework for projections of equity portfolio returns under climate transition scenarios

- Prof. Sergey Grishunin - National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE  University)
  In Search of Greenium. Empirical Analysis of Risk Premiums in the European Green Bond Market

- Dott. Amia Santini - University of Bologna (UNIBO)
  The Beneficial Role of Green Bonds as a New Strategic Asset Class: Dynamic Dependencies, Allocation and Diversification Before and During the Pandemic Era

- Prof. Ewa Dziwok - University of Katowice (UEK)
  E-SRISK: a method to quantify the environmental factor in systemic risk analysis

- Prof. Helyette Geman - Birkbeck University of London
  Not all Oil Price Shocks are Alike: The Case of Covid 19

- GrEnFIn Master opening Lectio Magistralis
  Prof. Peter Tankov
  Aligning financial portfolios with Paris Agreement goals: state of the art and research perspectives

 

Please register here

 

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GrEnFIn Fifth Quality Board Meeting – 28 July 2022
28/07/2022

GrEnFIn Fifth Quality Board Meeting – 28 July 2022

The Fifth Quality Board meeting of the GrEnFIn Project took place virtually via the Microsoft Teams platform. The meeting took place on the 28th July 2022 at 10.00 AM.
Prof. Silvia Romagnoli prepared the meeting updating the Board on the situation of the Project after the last successful validation activities - the GrEnFIn Full Immersion Experience, the upcoming opening of the GrEnFIn Master and the Sustainability of the project outcomes without the support of EACEA.
The points addressed were as follows:
• GrEnFIn Full immersion Experience: evaluations ex – post;
• GrEnFIn Master's Degree accreditation process updates;
• International Perspectives: Multiple Agreement;
• Sustainability & Exploitation;
• Final Conference Project Meeting Bologna, 20 – 21 October 2022.

Thanks to the QB members, it was possible to gather useful suggestions for this delicate final phase of the GrEnFIn project and for the start of the GrEnFIn Master's program in September 2022.
 


GrEnFIn Master

The Educational Path set by the Master, will provide a wide spectrum of contents ranging from the Quantitative Finance track to the Engineering track. To provide assistance to the private sector in the matter of Sustainable Green Transition and Energy Efficiency the project will transfer the knowledge of professionals and professors into an in depth formation process.

Professional Module

The Module is specifically designed for the professionals coming from the private sector. Thanks to the constant feedback from the participants, the GrEnFIn Consortium has developed a practical – focused formative experience where the participants will learn and also apply their specific competences in the resolution of themed Case Studies.

Summer Training

The Pilot version of the Professional Module consists in a complete formative experience divided in three Sections. The first two Sections are focused on the learning competences necessary to catch up with the complexity of the subjects, while the third Section consists in the analysis and in the resolution of a Case Study.

Summer School

Summer/Winter Schools are short learning experiences for students. These will be focused on the main field of the Green Energy Finance and will allow them to approach this new discipline. Students will learn how to integrate in the energy investment strategies considerations on climate-related risks and opportunities based on new climate stress-test methodologies that allow to account for both the exposure of the energy investments to climate risks.

The GrEnFIn Project

GrEnFIn Erasmus+/Knowledge Alliance project aims to provide the Energy Sector’s stakeholders (energy providers, private companies, research institutes,…) the figure of the Sustainable Energy experts professional, i.e. European high skilled professionals capable to face the changing challenges in the field with an inclusive global logic. Its main expected results are the development of an innovative Joint Master Degree in the Green Energy and Finance targeting young students, but also a Professional Module to train companies’ staff and experts already active in the labor market.

In line with the key elements of the Innovation Union and the EU Higher Education Modernisation Agenda, the GrEnFIn Erasmus+/Knowledge Alliance project aims to provide the Energy Sector's stakeholders (energy providers, private companies, research institutes) the figure of the Sustainable Energy experts professional, i.e. European high skilled professionals capable to face the changing challenges in the field with an inclusive global logic. Its main expected results are the development of an innovative Joint Master Degree in the Green Energy and Finance targeting young students, but also a Professional Module to train companies' staff and experts already active in the labor market.

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