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In October 2019, the European Commission (EC) published a report on a comprehensive assessment of digital transformation in the energy sector, focusing on an overview of the EC's digitalisation policies. The study aims to first analyse whether digitisation is necessary by examining the extent to which digital solutions impact the energy system, whether it is worth paying for, and who should pay for it.
The survey aims to identify the main challenges the VET systems face in the scope of the digitalization of the energy system and the new skills needed. The purpose of this questionnaire is to disseminate and expand the scope of our partial results about VET systems in Europe.
The survey aims to identify the main challenges the industry faces in the scope of the digitalization of the energy system and the new skills needed. Relevant skills will be identified and classified in accordance with their impact and importance to improve education and training in this field. The purpose of this questionnaire is to disseminate and expand the scope of our partial results about skill gaps in the energy sector.
On November 2017, International Energy Agency (IEA) published a Technology Report , which was a comprehensive effort to depict how digitalisation could transform the world’s energy systems with expertise from across the agency and the aim to provide an accurate and balanced view of what is happening using analytical tools, to paint a picture of what could happen next.
CENTRAL ROLE OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR THE GREEN ECONOMY, WITHIN THE EC COMMUNICATION ON THE “FIT FOR 55”
On July 14tth, 2021, European Commission (EC) published a Communication to reach climate neutrality by 2050, well known as “FIT FOR 55”, by reducing net emissions by 55% on 2030 (compared with the ones on 1990).
The European Commission (EC) launched the Pact for Skills, as a leading action for the European Skills Agenda (ESA), where national, regional, and local authorities, social partners, cross-industry and sectoral organizations, education and training providers and, employment services have a key role to play.
The first meeting with IAB experts was carried out in November 2020 and an EDDIE project executive summary was presented, together with main achievements and planned activities summary.
The EDDIE project held a successful kick-off meeting at organized by COMILLAS on 29 January 2020. EDDIE has started on the 1st January 2020, stretching over 4 years and a budget of 4 million euros. Project coordinator is COMILLAS