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Ever considered a career in renewable energy?

Renewable energy is destined to become one of the fastest growing sectors over the coming years, with estimates of at least 1 660 000 new jobs being created across Europe over the next ten years. So why not be a part of it?

The transition from fossil fuel power to renewable energy is very important for the health of our environment and to ensure we all have enough energy in the future. Could you help bring this change about in our world?

RES COMPASS can help you find which of the four sectors you may be suited to (see the Career Test) and understand the different career opportunities (see Job Profiles). You can also find lots of other information and games as well as a database of training and university courses across Europe (See Training Database). We hope you have fun learning more about renewable energy and your potential career!

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Workshop on Renewable Energy Education 26 November 2013

IDEC S.A. organised a workshop on the subject of: "RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN EDUCATION" The conference was organized on Tuesday, 12 November 2013, in the conference room of IDEC S.Α., Iroon Polytechnic 96, 18536 Piraeus. The workshop featured topics related to Renewable Energy Sources in lifelong learning as well as methodologies and tools developed through transnational cooperation. The European Lifelong Learning projects REFUGE, ALPER and ELOMPRES were also presented. (...)

Green skills and environmental awareness in vocational education and training 21 June 2012

Cedefop has just published a new report on "Green skills and environmental awareness in vocational education and training". The greening of the European economy, as outlined in the EU 2020 strategy, will have profound effects on the labour market and the development of the skills of the European population. This report claims that the main factors slowing down adaptation to the green economy and the development of necessary skills are the difficulties of employers to influence the (...)

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2.8 million jobs: European Commission Study in 2009 (EmployRES)

A new study claims that 2.8 million new jobs will be created in Renewable Energy Sector across Europe. A study by the European Commission (EmployRES) suggests that if the EU target of 20% penetration of renewable energy was reached it would create 2.8 million jobs in Europe. Reaching the target for renewable energy by 2020 will not only create about 2.8 million but grow GDP by 1.1%. The Commissioner for Energy Andris Piebalgs said: "This is proof that the benefits of renewable energy at (...)

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Workshop on Renewable Energy Education 26 November 2013

IDEC S.A. organised a workshop on the subject of: "RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN EDUCATION" The conference was organized on Tuesday, 12 November 2013, in the conference room of IDEC S.Α., Iroon Polytechnic 96, 18536 Piraeus. The workshop featured topics related to Renewable Energy Sources in lifelong learning as well as methodologies and tools developed through transnational cooperation. The European Lifelong Learning projects REFUGE, ALPER and ELOMPRES were also presented. (...)

Green skills and environmental awareness in vocational education and training 21 June 2012

Cedefop has just published a new report on "Green skills and environmental awareness in vocational education and training". The greening of the European economy, as outlined in the EU 2020 strategy, will have profound effects on the labour market and the development of the skills of the European population. This report claims that the main factors slowing down adaptation to the green economy and the development of necessary skills are the difficulties of employers to influence the (...)

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