26 Sep The ‘Move Green’ project enables 18 young Moroccans to study a Diploma of Specialisation in Renewable Energies and Sustainability at the UNIA
26 September 2022. – The project ‘Move Green, (E)co-development for innovation and employment in the green and circular economy sector between Andalusia and Morocco’, aims to contribute to the retention of talent and the generation of employment and active entrepreneurship among young people in Morocco. Watch the training video.
In addition, the project seeks to strengthen partnerships between public and private institutions linked to the green economy on both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar. The inauguration of the Diploma was held on 13 September at the headquarters of the Rectorate of the International University of Andalusia in Seville, with the presence of José Ignacio García Pérez, rector of the University, Manuel Redaño González, manager of FAMSI, and Alfonso Vargas Vázquez, president of CLANER.
The degree is offered thanks to the collaboration between the Andalusian Fund of Municipalities for International Solidarity (FAMSI) and CLANER, the renewable energy association of Andalusia, in the framework of the pilot project “Move Green”, led by both entities, together with the AN^MAR Federation of local authorities in the North of Morocco and Andalusia. It is co-financed by the European Union through the Migration Partnership Facility, managed by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).
The Diploma of Specialisation in Renewable Energies and Sustainability is the central element of the young people’s stay in Andalusia, which runs from September to December 2022, with a course load of 45 credits: 30 credits of theoretical training, co-directed by Pablo Millán Gata, PhD in industrial engineering, professor and director of the engineering department of the Loyola University of Andalusia and Francisco Bas Jiménez, industrial engineer of the Andalusian Energy Agency, and associate professor at the Loyola University of Andalusia. The 15 practical training credits are directed by Iñigo Vázquez García, and will include the participation of CLANER member companies.
The 18 people participating in this first edition have received specific training at the Cervantes Institute to reinforce their language skills and technical training to introduce them to renewable energies. At the end of this stage, they will continue their business and employability skills training on their return to Morocco, after a four-month stay in Andalusia.
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The Andalusian Renewable Energy Association (CLANER), with more than 20 years of experience, is a group of companies, official bodies, technology and research centres, universities and public foundations, among other agents.
Its aims include the representation and defence of the Andalusian renewable energy and energy efficiency sector, as well as the promotion and encouragement of research, technological development and innovation of products, processes and services associated with this field through collaboration and cooperation between the members of the cluster in order to strengthen the competitiveness of Andalusian companies in the clean energy sector.
The members of the association, which currently has more than 140 member companies and represents more than 90 percent of the Andalusian renewable energy sector, include Andalucía Tech, the Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research (CIEMAT), part of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, the University of Jaén, the Pablo Olavide University in Seville, the Descubre Foundation, municipal and provincial energy agencies, as well as the main renewable energy companies in Spain and the electricity company Endesa Distribución.
For further information or to arrange interviews with CLANER management, please contact the Communications Department on 676 46 57 00; 951 910 401 or 951 910 401, or email@example.com