Working Together

The eseia Education and Training Programme (ETP) has been developed out of the STYRIAN ACADEMY supported by the Styrian Government in Austria.  It seeks to provide hands-on skills training joining latest research results with practical knowledge.

The eseia ETP provides participants with the necessary knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to turn dwindling fossil resources and the challenge of climate change into a chance. The high-level training covers the whole innovation field from sustainable energy resources to efficient infrastructure to rational provision of energy services.

The eseia ETP addresses business, science, and politics as well as excellent students and another interested public. It combines internationally recognised research across disciplines with entrepreneurial experience to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to develop innovative solutions.

The eseia Education and Training Programme is dedicated to the European key topic of future Sustainable Energy Systems and taps into the know-how of top-class scientists and entrepreneurs from the European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance (eseia).

eseia is an association of cross-sector organisations leading the field of sustainable energy systems, from energy provision to energy consumption in research, teaching and innovation. eseia has been validated under the Horizon 2020 as a non-profit research organisation. 

Our members spread all over Europe are dedicated to advancing the implementation of renewables and sustainable technologies in the EU. eseia has developed the Education and Training Programme and gives special attention to the topic dedicating one of its five Working Groups to Education and Training activities, calls and joint initiatives by eseia Member Organisations.  


European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance (eseia)
eseia Director, Brigitte Hasewend

eseia Brussels Hub:
Rue d'Arlon 22, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium

eseia Graz Headquarters:
Münzgrabenstraße 11/5, 8010 Graz, Austria
Phone: +43 / 316 / 873 – 5281
Fax: +43 / 316 / 873 – 5282