The Delft S.E.A. Study Tour is a trip with 25 students from all disciplines and will cover a wide range of topics in the sustainable energy field. The students will have the opportunity to meet 5 interesting and progressive companies/institutions throughout the week. Next to that, there is time to do some sightseeing, drink beers and have a wonderful week on this trip together with your fellow students!!
• Destination: Germany and Austria • Time frame: Sunday, 7 July 10:00 – Friday, 12 July 19:00 (exact times are subject to change) • Estimated max. budget: €250- €300 • Selection: First come first serve
WHAT IS INCLUDED? • Transportation and accommodation all week long • Visiting the 5 companies/institutions underneath • 3 days Lunch (subject to change) • Afternoon walking tour through beautiful cities with extra’s
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED? • Dinners and 2 Lunch (subject to change) • Own expenses like souvenirs, extra food, beer etc.
HOW TO APPLY? • Fill in the form (open from May 2, 2019, 12:00) via the link on the Facebook event. After confirmation, we will inform you about the next steps (including payment instructions)
Already be aware of the first deposit (after confirmation) of €100 before 15th May 23:59!!
OUR PARTNERS • HELIOVIS AG : produces and markets the HELIOtube technology, a lightweight pneumatic solar concentrator. • EcoMotion: has three biodiesel plants in Germany, where both plant oils and animal fats can be processed. • Siemens: focuses on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization and microgrid projects. • EWS Consulting: has a great amount of experience by implementing wind energy projects all over Europe. • Electrochaea: Using a conversion process known as “power-to-gas”, Electrochaea has developed a commercially viable and disruptive solution for utility-scale energy storage, grid balancing and carbon reuse.
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Thank you for everyone who attended the Smart Cities Symposium a few weeks ago. We had a fantastic time hearing interesting lectures, working on a fun case study, and networking with other people interested in making our cities more sustainable!