The transition to a low-carbon energy system is both a societal challenge and a technical problem. Also, several barriers that hamper RES diffusion can be connected with educational and awareness aspects. Thus, the question arises as to what could be the context of the actions that will overcome these obstacles.
SKILLBILL aims to pave the way to different forms of training and education in order to meet new skills requirements in RES field as well as induce citizens and stakeholders to get interested or involved in RES besides the initial level of education, their working position and their gender.
By its actions, SKILLBILL contributes to solving the energy problem by approaching the issue socially, scientifically and technologically in order to reach the goal of a low-carbon energy system
What is the main challenge for SKILLBILL?
How SKILLBILL addresses this challenge?
The growth and acceleration of renewable energy’s deployment requires the successful development of a large and strong foundation for gaining all fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge on this field.
SKILLBILL addresses all complex challenges across multiple disciplines, including economy and sociology, reaching the goal with openness and flexibility, broadening of what an ‘energy problem’ is, encompassing all the different social, political and cultural concerns that are often at the core of seemingly technical energy issues.