21. January 2021, 18:30 Until 20:00
Online Renewable Energy Talk: Renewables in Transport
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Renewables in Transport
Transport is the sector with the highest growth rates in CO2-emissions and the lowest shares of renewable energy. Strong efforts are necessary to bring this sector in line with the energy transition goals towards a sustainable energy system. The major objective of this event is to identify the prospects for transport fuels from biomass, electricity and hydrogen.
Experts contributing with short presentations are:
- Amela Ajanovic (Energy Economics Group, TU Wien)
- Gerfried Jungmeier (Joanneum Graz)
- Theresia Vogel (Klima- und Energiefonds)
The talk is chaired by Academic Director Reinhard Haas (TU Wien).
The Renewable Energy Talks are an extracurricular event in the course of the MSc Renewable Energy Systems, jointly operated by TU Wien and Energiepark Bruck/Leitha.
Interested? Then please register via our contact form.
Find out more about this interdisciplinary part-time program:
Key Facts MSc Renewable Energy Systems
Final Degree: Master of Science (MSc)
Academic Director: Univ.Prof.Dr.techn. Reinhard Haas
Duration: 4 Semesters
Location: Vienna & Bruck/Leitha
Structure: part-time, blocked modules
Next Program Start: November 4, 2021
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To join this online talk please register until January 20, 2021 via our contact form
As usual, we emphasize active participation during the discussion and Q&A parts of the event. To make the most of this event, we kindly ask you to deactivate your microphones and cameras during the expert talks though.
Software requirements: apart from a stable internet connection you will need the browser- or app-version of Zoom and a microphone (and camera, if you like) to participate in the discussion >> https://zoom.us, opens an external URL in a new window
We will send out the Zoom link to all registered participants before the talk.