Regular fees: 1350 - 1550 EUR
This e-learning course is developed and implemented jointly with the Frankfurt School - UNEP Collaborating Cente.
The Paris Agreement marks the beginning of a new era with the focus shifting from finding a consensus on the common goals to realising jointly agreed goals. “Making finance flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development” (Article 2 c of the Paris Agreement) will require a significant increase in funding – with new instruments and approaches required to mobilize a broad range of investors and to achieve scalability in financing climate action. Financing the global energy transition will be one key building block.
Decreasing prices for renewables combined with increasing regulatory risk for traditional fossil fuels make Renewable Energy (RE) more competitive and attractive for commercial investors.
What Do We Offer?
- An interactive e-learning course including video lectures, PDF scripts, practical exercises, online tests and case studies.
- A discussion forum for course related issues as well as for exchange of opinions and experiences with your classmates and tutors.
- Personalized support from your e-Campus Team.
- The option to a Frankfurt School certificate after passing the final exam or a confirmation of course completion after completing the course.
Before Jul 15, 2021 Fee EUR 1,350*
After Jul 15, 2021 Fee EUR 1,550*
Final exam fee: An additional final exam fee will be charged for the second and third final exam attempt.
- 10% group discount (for 2 or more participants working for the same instutiton, informed to us before by an email)
- 10% for FS Alumni
- for additional company packages, please contact us
- Bank Transfer (bank fees to be covered by the participants)
- Credit Card
Payment in instalments is unfortunately not possible.
*Subject to change
This course has a clear focus on finance and is suitable for both public and private sector practitioners, including entrepreneurs, project developers, private investors, initiator/fund houses, international development finance consultants and managers, plant operators and manufacturers, engineers and advisory professionals (e.g. law firms, business and tax consultants). Other interested parties, such as academics in relevant fields, are of course also welcome to register to the course.
The course aims to explain the specifics of climate and renewable energy finance. Pre-experience in (mainstream) banking and finance is therefore helpful but not required. Participants without basic knowledge in finance should accommodate for additional study time.
The course takes 6 months assuming 5-7 hours of self-study per week. It consists of 10 units which build upon each other. You will take the units in sequence and will need to pass an online multiple choice test before accessing the next unit.
The last unit includes a case study that has to be submitted on a fixed deadline.
You are not sure if you manage to complete the course within 6 months? No worries! You can apply for a course extension (6 more months) against an administrative fee.
Regular fees: 1350 - 1550 EUR
60322 Frankfurt am Main , Germany