FITech offers courses on energy storage and conversion technologies for adult learners
Climate change mitigation efforts are creating an unprecedeted demand for technologies to store and convert energy in different forms.
Globally, massive investments are being made to battery production and other energy storage technologies as well as conversion technologies needed in smart energy systems, and applications in various fields are being developed at a rapid pace. From the viewpoint of the competitiveness of Finnish industry, ensuring sufficient engineering competence in the field of energy engineering is vitally important.
FITech Energy Storage provides adult learners with opportunities to supplement and update competences with courses in energy technologies and business from seven FITech universities. A student can attend a single course or take part in a larger set of courses as preferred.
FITech Energy Storage is funded by Ministry of Education and Culture. The project is coordinated by University of Vaasa.