Energy Academy Europe is part of NEW ENERGY COALITION
The ENSYSTRA (Energy Systems in Transition) consortium is now recruiting 15 outstanding PhD students for the interdisciplinary ENSYSTRA training network. The project, funded by the European Union in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme, is targeting solutions for integrated energy systems transition.
PhD subjects range from energy systems modelling, scenario analysis, technology development, socio-technical cultures, participatory approaches, investment modelling, market design, and cross-border regulatory frameworks. All ESRs are part of the international ENSYSTRA training network and will benefit from targeted training in interdisciplinary energy systems transition through workshops, summer schools and subject specific courses.
The ENSYSTRA consortium consists of high profile universities, research institutions and companies located in the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Energy Academy Europe, through University of Groningen, is coordinator of the project.