The SEER4ALL Symposium at the TU Berlin
SEER4ALL – Sustainable Energy Education & Research for All
The SEER4ALL Symposium at the TU Berlin In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly agreed on 17 new global goals for the sustainable development of our world: Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Among the 17 objectives is Goal 7: to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. One of the important tasks of this objective is to strengthen international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy research and technology.
The Sustainable Energy Research & Education for All (SEER4ALL) initiative at the Technical University of Berlin is intended to make a comprehensive contribution to this goal, to inspire and motivate other research institutions around the world to join forces in order to improve a global transformation process through technology and know-how transfer. On 27 January, SEER4ALL will present and discuss how these goals can be achieved in a symposium at the TU Berlin.
This event is jointly organised by the science shop kubus at the central institution for further education and cooperation (ZEWK) and the Association of Microenergy Systems (MES). The SEER4All Symposium is intended to present the diversity of research and programmes in university teaching, which are already offered at the TU Berlin in the field of energy and development. The symposium is aimed at various public and private actors of local and global importance and aims to jointly develop and collect ideas for new projects in this area.
The symposium provides a platform for academics, private and public actors, local entrepreneurs and students. It informs about current research, exchanges experiences and reflects on new innovative projects.