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Network Energy and Energy Efficiency


About This Masters Degree

Course Description

For the past several years, all the analyses related to the use of primary energies are influenced by a set of incontrovertible facts. They all lead to the same conclusion: it is essential to rationalise the use of energy on a world-wide scale, in order to ensure the sustainable future of the species that inhabit the planet and of the corresponding biodiversity that supports them.

A transition to a sustainable energy system is necessary, also from the economic point of view, that guarantees the maintenance of our generation's and future generations' welfare, from a perspective of respecting the environment.

Entry Requirements

Professionals related to the energy sector and students of engineering or other degrees who wish to complete their training in the area of energy

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