Sustainable Electricity System for Asia, November 2013
|Theme||Electricity system – generation, transmission, distribution, market reform|
|Title||Sustainable Energy Training: Electricity generation and supply – challenges and opportunities for Asia|
|Dates||25-29 November 2013|
|Language||English (no interpretation in other languages)|
|Deadline||30 September 2013|
|Participating countries||Selected Asian countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, China PR, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam|
||The training will explore the key aspects related to a national electricity market reform, provide best practice examples from around the world and introduce methods for developing energy sector transformation strategies. Leading experts from the IEA and other institutions will present recent developments from Asia including national achievement, as well as regional infrastructure and market programmes.|
By invitation only: official invitations have been sent to each national energy ministry to nominate 1 internal candidate, and to selected power utility companies also to nominate 1 candidate, each. Please enquire internally about receiving a nomination.
The deadline for submitting nominations is 30 September 2013.
Countries that are members of the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) need to submit the nomination to the National Productivity Organization (NPO) in the country – click here for contact details. All other countries need to submit the nominations directly to the IEA by e-mail to email@example.com.
In both cases, nominations need to be submitted using the Registration Form.
Candidates need to be in a middle to senior level position in their institution with around 10 years of relevant work experience. A good level of English and/or Spanish language is required in order to benefit from the course.
Read detailed project description (for APO member countries) here
|Fees, costs and financial assistance||
Attending the training sessions is FREE of charge.All selected candidates will be offered funding (round trip economy flight, accommodation and per diem).
|Contact||NPO contact details; IEA contact: Ms Alison McLatchie firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Group size||40 people|
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