October 6, 2015

Finland Futures Research Centre (FFRC) is offering a comprehensive training looking at the complexities around global energy crisis and climate change impacts.

Our module comprising of three sections will provide the student a holistic overview on what is happening in the energy field currently, how viable Business-As-Usual (BAU) thinking will be in the long run with the climatic disturbances taking place due to increased anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions into atmosphere and how can we plan for a more sustainable energy futures. The comprehensive module is targeted at higher education institutes, governments and decision-makers as well as other stakeholders interested and active in the energy futures. The comprehensive module carried out through intensive lectures, practical examples and group and individual assignments consists 44 days of teaching after which the participants can call themselves future energy experts.

The three core parts include the section on Energy (22 days), Renewable Energy and low-carbon technologies (10 days) and Climate change and environment (12 days). The modules can be tailor-fit according to your organization’s needs.

For further information, please contact us on

Åkerlundinkatu 2, Tampere
Korkeavuorenkatu 25a, Helsinki
Rehtorinpellonkatu 3, Turku
Tampere: +358 2 333 9835
Helsinki: +358 9 698 0056
Turku: +358 2 333 9530