The EU-funded ‘Greencubator’ project in Ukraine launches a call for applications for the first School of Energy Cooperation.
The School of Energy Cooperation is designed for entrepreneurs, proactive community members, local government representatives and the public sector aiming to create their own energy cooperative.
During the two-month course, participants will learn the basics of cooperation, the economic and technical basis of the energy sector, and modern energy legislation. They will also be taught business planning and investment attraction skills. At the end of the school, each student will have to defend a business plan for their own energy cooperative.
The deadline for applications is 15 November.
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