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Postal addresses of the European Energy Centre – EEC (please write to the respective department):

Administrative Office: European Energy Centre, 68/1 Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh, EH9 1DH, United Kingdom.

European Energy Centre Moffat Centre Office, Edinburgh Napier University, 10 Colinton Road, Edinburgh, EH10 5DT, United Kingdom.

Office for European Projects: European Energy Centre, 2/5 Kilgraston Court, Edinburgh, EH9 2ES, United Kingdom

Office for Southern Europe: European Energy Centre, via Alessandria 36, 15033 Casale Monf.to, Italy

Data Protection: Personal information provided to us will be held on a database at European Energy Centre and Centro Studi Galileo, and will not be shared with any external companies or organisations. We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any 3rd parties.

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Terms & Conditions of use of the website and services provided by the European Energy Centre

The documentation, texts, images and other materials that are used on training courses or any other events operated by the European Energy Centre, are subject to copyright of European Energy Centre Ltd, and cannot be used, copied, reproduced (in part or in full), either electronically or as printed material, without written, prior permission of the European Energy Centre.

All information in this website is correct at time of publication. European Energy Centre Ltd (EEC) reserves the right to amend the details and content at any time, without notice.

Whilst every attempt has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in these pages, the European Energy Centre ltd wishes to highlight that the contents contained within this website are frequently reviewed and are naturally subject to change from time to time.

It is the responsibility of the user/reader to verify the accuracy of relevant facts before entering any financial or other obligations based upon them. The European Energy Centre Ltd also advises that it will not accept liability for the contents of any pages which do not conform to the European Energy Centre Ltd information policy and guidelines. European Energy Centre Ltd will make all reasonable efforts to deliver the courses, seminars and conferences described in the brochures and this website.

Cancellations/Refunds: Participants and prospective participants should notify the EEC in writing of intended cancellation of their course(s) at least 15 days before their course is due to begin. In which case an alternative date is proposed to the candidate and if unsuitable a full refund of the amount paid will be provided to the prospective participant, once and only if the cancellation has been received in writing 15 days prior to the course or seminar start date.

Prospective learners and participants to the activities of the European Energy Centre should be aware that it is sporadically necessary to alter, discontinue or combine courses or seminars. This may be needed for a number of reasons such as low enrolments, ill health or departure of personnel, industrial action. Changes will only be made if the European Energy Centre Ltd reasonably considers it to be necessary. If a course or seminar is suspended, the European Energy Centre Ltd will use reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable substitute course and will take all reasonable steps to minimise disruption; allow a participant to withdraw without penalty if a course, semiar or conference is cancelled or extensively varied, with a suitable reimbursement of fees and deposits.

The EEC makes no representations or statements and provides no guarantees (whether express, implied, in law or in equity or otherwise) regarding the information provided, any services provided or the suitability of any of the services for a particular purpose. The EEC shall not be responsible for and disclaims all and any liability for any loss, liability, damage (whether incidental, consequential, direct, indirect, special, punitive, or otherwise and including without limitation loss of profits, loss of earnings, business interruption or loss of information), expense of any nature or personal injury which may be suffered by you or any third party as a result of or which may be attributable, indirectly or directly, to using of or relying on any information provided by the EEC.

Participation on the courses does not guarantee a job in the field or MCS accreditation, which you need to obtain through an MCS Accreditation Body.

We reserve the right to develop the topics and format of our courses for your advantage without notice.

The Galileo Master Certificate is offered by Centro Studi Galileo s.r.l. as ‘attestato di partecipazione’ and ‘Galileo Certificate’ throughout Europe to participants of its training courses.

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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.