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Summer/Winter Schools are short learning experiences (usually it lasts 1 week) 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 beneficiate the improvement of their competence thanks to the implementation of a new kind of educational approach. This improvement will have an immediate effect on the placement at the European level for the international green-oriented features of students selected. 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 (and thus the potential losses due to carbon stranded assets) at the plant level, and the opportunities for impact on climate action (i.e. climate migration, via improved energy efficiency and emission reduction from energy and electricity production).
These short term experiences served at first for testing contents and methodologies to implement in the Academic EP but they are also an important final output of the projects that will have a complementary but also independent life.
ECTS will be awarded to students attending the Summer/Winter Schools.