GEM - Green Energy Management

Program code

Program Duration
2 weeks

July 20th-July 31st 2015

1 term: 3 CFU
Full program: 6 CFU

350 €/term (1st term 20th 26th July - snd term 25th 31st July)
500€/Full program


GEM - Green Energy Management


The aim of GEM (Green Energy Management) Summer School is to provide international students with a context sensitive first-class training in the field of Green Energy Management and renewable resources. After a broad overview of green energy development in the world and in Europe, energy production from renewables, environmental markets (CO2- EUAs certificates), water demand management and forestry management will be introduced. Leading scientists from Europe and industrial and institutional partners will be part of the teaching staff, bringing their experiences. Visits to research laboratories will also be organized. Over the weekend, students will visit renewable energy production plants (hydroelectric, photovoltaic or eolic) in Lombardia (in the first edition 2014: Hydroelectric Plant Bertini – Porto d’Adda).

Topics covered

The World Green Energy Scenario; EU-ETS emission market; Evaluation of energy projects; Photovoltaic Energy; Power distribution with RES generation and storage; Modelling wind and sun; Water Management; Electricity Markets; Hydrogen energy in transportation in Portugal; Renewable resources: the Spain experience.

Program Coordinator

Prof.ssa Silvana Stefani

External Partners

  • Energylab, University of Chieti-Pescara
  • La Sapienza University of Rome
  • Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
  • University of Aveiro (Portugal)
  • Politecnico di Milano
  • University of Brescia
  • University of Bergamo



Application Deadline

1st May 2015



For further information, Contact:

Expo 2015 Università per EXPO 2015 Comune di Milano

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ESN ESN Bicocca

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