The College of Europe in Bruges is organised an executive training course from 27 June to 8 July 2016.
This interactive course will give a comprehensive view of the europolitics of energy through lectures, case studies, exercises, and study visits.
It will focus on the Energy Union and its various aspects vis-à-vis different policy areas and sectors, ranging from energy consumption and renewables to transport, climate, research and innovation.
Academics, practitioners, and EU officials will train at the Energy Union Summer School, bringing a variety of perspectives and positions, which will challenge and broaden the assumption and knowledge on the topic.
This course has been welcomed by the European Commission Vice-President for the Energy Union Maros Šefčovič and includes visits to the European Commission in Brussels.