The University of California, Davis, has been selected to host the second energy institute for young African leaders who are tackling energy challenges in their countries. Last year, UC Davis pioneered the fellowship’s first energy-themed institute for 25 participants from the Mandela Washington Fellowship Program. The UC Davis institute will be held June 17 through July 29. Fellows will gain skills around the design, evaluation and viability of clean energy projects; approaches to the integration of renewable energy and energy efficiency strategies; and an understanding of innovative policy, regulatory and entrepreneurial approaches to energy projection and distribution.
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