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The Energy Agenda describes the choices to be made and the steps that must in any event be taken. The transition path towards 2050 and the associated policy efforts and other efforts outlined for each functionality to a clean energy transition.

The question is how can strengthening existing capacities provide guidance that will allow research and education disciplines to take new initiatives and develop interdisciplinary cooperations that will promote the innovative research and education required to overcome the energy challenge?

SWYI has affiliations with international education management centers, and recognizes the critical role institutions like us have to play as key energy stakeholders.

After all, Educational Institutions build capacity through the development of new knowledge, new understanding and new insights, and can therefore provide effective solutions to complex problems. They also enable a regular supply of highly educated, skilled people who develop and implement solutions to energy and other social challenges.

The Youth IDEA Lab initiative by SWYI will showcase student-led ideas and innovative initiatives, new models of learning, including the greater inclusion of digital technologies, a life-long commitment to the continued development of new energy-related professional skills by employers and employees and, last but not least, improve communication and sharing of resources and expertise, resulting in less duplication of work, creating more time to focus on developing new cooperations and the necessary interdisciplinary research and teaching skills.

A cross/inter-disciplinary approach, that will focus on the global energy challenges through exploring practical programme design for: Energy Efficiency, Smart Grids and Energy Systems, and Renewables Integration.

Nigeria International Energy Summit has given a top burner platform for education from the 27th of February to 2nd of March 2022 .
SWYI will be hosting the Youth IDEA LAB

Collaborate with SWYI in creating the supporting structures to engage and provide the right environment and to ensure a brighter future in achieving the journey to understanding the transition to clean fuels.

Credit – Ngozi Oyewole

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