Climate-KIC Summer School: Ideas for the Green City Frankfurt
Following Germany’s ambitious renewable energy strategy, Frankfurt am Main aims to fully transform its energy supply by the year 2050. Participiants of the second Climate-KIC PhD Summer School developed projects to accomplish that goal. At the end of the Summer School two projects were nominated and will be presented in Brussels.
We are happy that Huifeng Li, PhD candidate in economic sciences at the Goethe University, is in a winner team. Have a look at the pictures of the final day of the Summer School.
On behalf of Climate-KIC, Provadis School hosted this event in cooperation with the City of Frankfurt and support from TU Darmstadt and Goethe-University Frankfurt. The Climate-KIC PhD Summer School is a project of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).