Centro Studi Galileo

EEC Accredited Center

Promoting best practices in renewable energy since 1975

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Green Jobs | Green Economy | Green New Deal

Meeting at the Parliament

Meeting at the Parliament – from the left – Paolo Buoni Director, European Energy Centre (EEC); Enrico Buoni General Director, Centro Studi Galileo; Jim Mather, Energy Minister Scottish Parliament; Dr Shende, Head OzonAction, United Nations Environment Programme.

In a meeting at Parliament, the European Energy Centre and the United Nations discuss the future of renewable energy for the country and the creation of green jobs with Energy Minister Jim Mather.

To support green jobs, a green economy and the Green New Deal the EEC has created a Skills Alliance, to provide their internationally recognised Certificate to training course participants to help them enter the green job market.

For information on how to obtain the Certificate,
visit the EEC training course page.

The Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) is awarded to successful participants of short professional training courses, on a wide range of topics related to the Renewable Energy, Engineering, Management and Finance sectors.

The Skills Alliance led by the European Energy Centre (EEC) brings together leading lecturers, course leaders and experts in the renewable energy field whose areas of expertise include: management, finance, cutting-edge technical knowledge, contracting, maintenance, system design, management, investment for renewable technology.

The meeting lead to a Skills Alliance to support green jobs

The meeting lead to a Skills Alliance to support green jobs, this resulted in the 14th European Conference on Renewable Energy at Heriot-Watt University organised by the United Nations – UNEP and the European Energy Centre – EEC in January 2011.

Up to 5000 technicians succeed in obtaining the EEC Certificate annually, with the knowledge that it is the gateway to a career in the renewable energy sector. Course topics include:

Click here for further information and the full training portfolio.

The United Nations Environment Programme and the European Energy Centre are working together with governments and universities to promote training and education in renewable energy, to help people access jobs in renewable energy.


Rajendra Shende, Head, OzonAction, United Nations Environment Programme at the European Energy Centre (EEC) Conference at Heriot Watt University.

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Qualifications & GMC

Achieve the GMC

Over 5000 participants each year attend over 300 professional training courses at 21 universities worldwide.

Renewable Energy Training
in 143 countries

International Participants from 143 countries worldwide

Participants include major authorities and organisations, such as the United Nations, Coca Cola, Siemens and Ford Motor Company.

Master in Renewable Energy Award

Master in Renewable Energy Award

The Accredited Master in Renewable Energy Award (18 month global study programme) is available to study in the classroom, or at home, from the office and on-the-go.