(Teleborsa) – The ninth edition of the Summer School in Energy and ecological transition of buildings organized by ENEA, in collaboration with ISNOVA. The course, completely online, is aimed at 150 young people and will be divided into moments of frontal training, in-depth seminars, technical discussion tables and a three-day hackathon in which the students, divided into working groups, will be engaged in a friendly competition and fair. THE teachers they are ENEA experts and researchers with a long experience in building redevelopment and training, supported by professionals who already operate on the market and by representatives of the partner companies of the initiative.
“What you will learn in this school is fundamental for your professional future, because we have particularly challenging targets to achieve the complete decarbonization of our planet by 2050, based on the goals we have set ourselves together with the European Union”, declared the Minister of the Ecological Transition, Roberto Cingolani, in addressing a greeting to the new president of ENEA, ing. Gilberto Dialuce. “In these days you will touch the construction sector which is absolutely central in the perspective of the ecological transition of our country and above all, theenergy efficiency of the places we live in. This means taking care not to waste energy thanks to innovative technologies, systems and processes in addition to the very important contribution of research on materials ”, he continued. “Know that in the Recovery Plan for energy efficiency alone, resources for 18 billion euros are foreseen, which go alongside those for the transformation of the production model ofenergy”Concluded Cingolani.
“Thanks to the policies implemented by our country, energy efficiency has had a strong acceleration in the last ten years, reaching a high degree of maturity as well as an important growth from a cultural point of view in citizens, technicians, businesses and PA” , he highlighted Ilaria Bertini, Director of the Energy Efficiency Unit Department of ENEA. “To be able to govern this process, new technicians will need thorough training on a complex and continuous subject transformation, also thanks to new digital technologies. The same educational model of the Summer School is based on these technologies that allow the meeting and the remote comparison between students and teachers who, even, will carry out projects of retraining of buildings around virtual tables of virtual classrooms. This is the future that ENEA is accompanying ”, he concluded.
The Summer School represents a unicum in the panorama of the educational offer at national level and responds to the needs of supporting the technological trajectories and evolutionary scenarios, aimed at achieving the objectives of energy sustainability in the various production sectors, with the application and use on the field by the new generations of technicians.