Webinar Series: Sustainable Energy in Humanitarian Settings
Powering Humanitarian Facilities: Dialogue on Implementation Models - This webinar will shed light on the different models for powering humanitarian facilities with renewable energy. Two case studies will highlight how renewable energy is used to power a humanitarian hub managed by IOM in South Sudan, and focus on the challenges and lessons learnt from ICRC’s net metering program in Pakistan. UNDP will then share their approach to building local capacity when implementing solar solutions for humanitarian facilities.Read more...
Thursday 23 Jan at 10:30 a.m. CET, (Registration link)
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1) The Certified Expert in Climate & Renewable Energy Finance (CECRF)<https://www.frankfurt-school.de/en/home/international-advisory-services/fsdf-e-campus/expert-climate-renewable-energy-finance.html>
2) The Certified Expert in Climate and Adaption Finance (CECAF)<https://www.frankfurt-school.de/en/home/international-advisory-services/fsdf-e-campus/expert-climate-adaptation-finance.html>
Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance are also excited to announce the launch of their new online course Sustainable Finance (in German or English), developed in cooperation and with support from EIT Climate-KIC. In this course you will learn to understand the major drivers and constraints of transforming the financial system into a more sustainable one. The course will enable financial professionals, consultants and advisors to integrate Sustainable Finance aspects into their work and to provide new tools for advising your clients and business partners. Real life business cases round up the course and provide best practices and lessons learned:
3) The Certified Expert in Sustainable<https://www.frankfurt-school.de/en/home/international-advisory-services/fsdf-e-campus/expert-sustainable-finance> Finance (CESFi)
The flexible part-time training concept is implemented through the training platform Frankfurt School Development Finance e-Campus. After successful completion of one of the courses (each 6 ECTS credits), participants will receive a Certificate by Frankfurt School, one of the leading business universities in Europe.