Central Asia Training Course: Weather and climate services for the Energy sector
The Kazakh-German University in Almaty, World Energy & Meteorology Council, UN World Meteorological Organization, World Bank, UNECE, RSE “Kazhydromet”, and selected partners, organized the online training course for policy makers and practioners from Central Asia (21, 23, 25, 28 February, and 2, 4 March 2022.).
In this course the participants learnt about the impacts of weather and climate on energy systems, and their importance in ensuring effective and efficient uptake of renewable, clean energy sources. They acquired theoretical knowledge and practical tools to design and deliver their own weather and climate service, working in small teams. Hearing from leading experts, the participants learnt about real-world applications of weather and climate services and best practice approaches to enhance knowledge and build capacity.
The course was delivered online and designed as an interactive learning and exchange. Each three and a half-hour online sessions consisted of lectures, panel discussions, group work and practical exercises from a variety of speakers, all experts in their fields.
To download the summary review of the training course, please click here.
For more details please go to the following link of World Energy & Meteorology Council`s web page: https://www.wemcouncil.org/wp/central-asia-training-course/
Please follow the links below to access the videos of the sessions.