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TU Vienna wins the Federation as a new sponsor for MSc program sustainable energy supply on the basis of renewable energy production and efficiency is a dynamically growing industry, and demand accordingly its in-depth know-how on the part of the economy constantly. The unique MSc program renewable energy in Central & Eastern Europe”of the continuing education center at the TU Vienna in cooperation with the energy park Bruck/Leitha accepts this challenge. The postgraduate university course starts in October 2009 for the fifth time and is the first cross-border course in Europe, dealing with the topic for the future of alternative energy production and performing landing modules in the Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. This theme is also the Verbund (osterreichische Elektrizitatswirtschafts-AG), Austria’s largest electricity producer and one of the leading water power companies in Europe, important. The continuing education center and the energy park Bruck/Leitha therefore extremely pleased that the Federation for the MSc program renewable energy in Central & Eastern Europe”as a sponsor, could be won. The Federation supports alternative energy production thus indirectly the dissemination of the future theme”at the University level. The principle of sustainability is the Federation at the top: so approximately 88% of the electricity comes from renewable hydroelectric power. Federation Chairman Wolfgang Anzengruber: climate protection is one of the greatest challenges of our time, if not the most important. The energy system is the key to the solution. It needs intelligent forward-looking solutions as well as the vision and the courage to implement them, then we can move big.” “The Federation has recognised this opportunity, because its production of electricity the company not only relies on its traditionally high proportion of hydroelectric power it should in the future also new” renewable forms of generation, such as wind power and photovoltaics, are increasingly used. To achieve our goals, we need excellent professionals. That’s why It is our great concern to support the University course “Renewable energy in Central and Eastern Europe” “, so Anzengruber. The programme has made a name for themselves as academic, practice-oriented training and trains those new recruits, which increasingly needs the economy. The climate change and the energy challenges can be seen not only as a national matter they must be understood as global issues. Especially in the Eastern and South Eastern European countries still immense need to catch up and at the same time expansion potential in the area is renewable energy. “Federation Chief Anzengruber: the strong international orientation of this course is the perfect Foundation for a successful project activities in these countries.” Interested can consult within the framework of the held on the, April 27, 2009 and June 15, 2009 information sessions about the postgraduate university course. Dates: April 27, 2009, 18:00, and June 15, 2009, 18:00 place: TU Vienna login asked by! Contact and more information: Technical University of Vienna like continuing education center. Verena Salim Opera lane 11/017 A-1040 Wien T: + 43 (0) 1 58801-41701 F: + 43 (0) 1 58801-41799 E: H: newenergy.tuwien.ac.

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