FUNDING FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY COURSES:
HOW TO APPLY
Participants can now take advantage of the EEC's flexible instalment payment plans.
Each year a proportion of donations made to the European Energy Centre (EEC) are allocated to sponsoring individuals to attend EEC training courses – helping them develop their education and experience in the renewable energy sector.
The EEC Scholarship Fund exists to help advance our primary aim of promoting best practice in renewable energy through training and conferences.
· The course(s) you wish to attend (View the list of training courses by clicking here )
· The reason for your scholarship request
· The name of the organisation where you are currently employed (if applicable)
· Who would finance your attendance on the course
Your application will be processed by the Funding Department.
Please enquire for other scholarship opportunities
A 30% funding discount on the full course price listed on the website is available for current University students
A 50% funding discount on the full course price listed on the website is available for individuals currently unemployed and seeking a job in the renewable energy sector (documentation may be required)
For individuals who have graduated with a relevant degree in the past 12 months and have achieved a first-class degree; through private funding, the EEC will cover up to 30% of the cost of attending a course.
Members of the Armed Forces
Women in Renewable Energy
A 25% funding discount on the full course price listed on the website is available for women interested in renewable energy courses, to encourage higher levels of female participation in the fields of science, energy and engineering.
External Funding Streams
Professional and Career Development Loans (PCDLs) are bank loans to pay for training courses which help to progress individuals' careers and provide support to get people back into work.
The Oil and Gas Transition Fund provides training grants which support individuals to upskill, retrain and gain accreditation to help find new employment in oil and gas, the wider energy sector, or in manufacturing and engineering.