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This project (612408-EPP-1-2019-1-EPPKA2-KA) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

THE 1st GRENFIN SUMMER TRAINING

KATOWICE SUMMER TRAINING 2021

Introduction

The aim of the GrEnFIn project is a creation of a Professional Module that could fill the skills gaps of experts currently working in the energy sector. The idea of the module especially focuses on widening knowledge of financial green products that is pivotal to sustain a reconversion of the economy to the green energies.
The first tasting programme was divided into 3 sections:

  • Section 1: Understanding The Green (R)Evolution – covers video lessons prepared by Hera professionals, composed into four Learning Units (LU) and uploaded into GrEnFIn webpage. The access is available for free after the registration: (click here to register)
  • Section 2: Developing Skills And Tools To Master The Green (R)Evolution - consisted of three video Learning Units (LU) that provided more theoretical knowledge. This part was prepared by lecturers from higher education institutions and is available for those who pass an entry test based on topics of Section 1 (at least 6/10 correct answers).
  • Section 3 – Summer Training and Group work (Classroom) - 3 days-activities during which the participants had a chance to face a project work and solve a problem based on the case study prepared, delivered and monitored by Hera about Biomethane Plant And Green Hydrogen.

DOWNLOAD path of the Summer Training


Students’ Gallery

Participants

  • STATHIS ANAGNOSTOU

    Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator (HEDNO)

  • SOPHIA APOSTOLAKI

    ROUSSAS DAIRY S.A.

  • PABLO BARRACHINA RODRíGUEZ-GUISADO

    MY ENERGIA

  • VICTORIIA EGOROVA

    EGO

  • MANUELE LICITRA

    HERA

  • MICHELA NAZZARO

    Atos Italia S.p.A.

  • CHIARA PEROTTI

    Saipem S.p.A

  • ATHANASSIOS PETSOPOULOS

    SPEED

  • KUPPAN PRAVEEN

    PhD Student

  • ROBERTO ROSSETTI

    HERA

  • GIANMARCO SCQUIZZATO

    Prometeia SpA

  • ANA RAQUEL SERRA

    DELab - JF Digital Energy

Auditors

  • LUKASZ LECH

    TAURON

  • CHRYSOULA VAITSI

    TECHNICAL CHAMPER of GREECE (TCG).

  • MANUEL VALLS SEVILLA

    Murcia City Hall



Lecturers’ Gallery

  • RENE AID

    Université Paris Dauphine

    Section 2: Valutation Hedging Investment Decisions & Energy Markets Risk Factors

  • ANDREA BIANCHI

    Hera

    Section 1: Energy markets: from finance to sustainability

  • DANIELA BOTTEGA

    Hera

    Section 3: Coordination

  • GIULIA CAPITANI

    Hera

    Section 1: Technological evolutions in the domain of clean gases

  • LUCIANO IRINEU DE CASTRO FILHO

    IMPA Brasil

    Section 3: Economic Principles for Decision Making in Renewable Markets

  • EWA DZIWOK

    University of Economics in Katowice

    Section 2: Cash Flow, debt and break even point

  • HELYETTE GEMAN

    Birkbeck- University of London & Johns Hopkins

    Section 2: Support schemes: Feed in Tariffs, Feed in Premia, (Green) Certificates

  • STEFANO GHETTI

    Hera

    Section 1: Operating and managing a biomethane plant

  • ANDREA MAZZON

    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen

    Section 2: NPV, IRR, Cost Benefit Analysis, Business Planning

  • ENRICO PIRACCINI

    Hera

    Section 1: Technological evolutions in the domain of clean gases

  • FILIPPO REGGIANNINI

    Hera

    Section 1: Energy transition: the need to pursue both green power and low-carbon gases

  • ROBERTO ROSSETTI

    Hera

    Section 1: The evolution of Green Finance: from the EU legislation to practice

  • STEFANO SCOCCIANTI

    Hera

    Section 1: Applying the climate change risk management in a corporate strategy

  • STEFANO VERDE

    Hera

    Section 1: The challenge of Climate Change and the need for a green corporate strategy



Didactical Material

7 June 2021

Wind, Solar, Real and Virtual Batteries and Optimization of the Grid Load
Helyette Geman - Birkbeck, University of London Download the presentation in pdf
Economic Principles for Decision Making in Renewable Markets
Luciano Irineu de Castro - IMPA Download the presentation in pdf

8 June 2021

Case Study Presentation
Enrico Piraccini, Giulia Capitani, Stefano Ghetti - Hera Download the presentation in pdf


Teamwork Presentations

During the 3 days programme - Summer Training in Katowice (Section 3) the participants had a chance to face a project work and solve a problem based on the case study prepared, delivered and monitored by Hera about “Biomethane Plant and Green Hydrogen”. Here below their works:

A Biomethane Plant and Green Hydrogen



Testimonials

Students

Name University
Pablo Barrachina miwenergia.com Summer training was a great experience! It gave me an opportunity to broaden my knowledge on sustainability and to learn about green hydrogen while working with a dynamic and multi-skill team
Athanasios Petsopoulos speed.gr It was a good opportunity to test the professional platform in operation. Having attended all of the 3 sections, I can say that the subject mix and the presentations were of a high level. It was a good test for the future operation of the training scheme for professionals. Also the mixture of professionals outside the project consortium was quite interesting because they came from various sectors of stakeholders.

Lecturers

Name University/Company
Daniela Bottega Hera “An excellent opportunity to test the professional module involving professionals of energy sector with different skills and experiences. Very topical the issue of the case study on biomethane and green hydrogen, all presentations were well done!”