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Financing and Deploying Clean Energy Program @ Yale External

  • 1.  Financing and Deploying Clean Energy Program @ Yale External

    Posted 02-03-2023 11:13 AM
    Hi all,

    Yale is looking for clean energy professionals who embody the innovative and ambitious spirit of ASES to join their Financing and Deploying Clean Energy program (FDCE). Their application is open now!

    Given the moral imperative of protecting all communities and ecosystems, Yale University created the Financing and Deploying Clean Energy program (FDCE) to train and connect rising clean energy leaders to catalyze an equitable transition to a clean economy. Through the FDCE program, they're working to support, connect, and train rising leaders from all backgrounds to catalyze an equitable transition to the clean energy future.

    They want to see this network grow larger and faster and I'm hoping you can help connect us with individuals committed to impacting climate change and acceleration our energy transition.

    In this admissions-based, online certificate program, They educate a network of professionals at the forefront of the clean energy transition, and build their skills in the areas of policy, finance and clean technology to advance the adoption of clean energy and help mitigate climate change. They think that members of both your organizations would be a great fit for this program. Yale does offer scholarships, and I am happy to discuss an organizational discount.


    Applications close March 12, 2023. Please some more resource below:

    • This page is a one stop shop for everything you need to know about the FDCE program
    • This LinkedIn post highlights the accomplishments of a recent FDCE graduate
    • This article discusses the FDCE program as well as another Yale certificate programs
    • These spotlights highlight recent participants
    • Recent participants joined us to make this fun video!

    They have a few more informational sessions before it closes on March 12, 2023, to help folks learn more about this program and what it aims to do. You can also check out our recently published report to learn more about the impact of this curriculum designed for action. If you have any questions, or if you (or anyone else in your network) would like to arrange some time to talk more about this program, please reach out to coral.bielecki@yale.edu.

    All the best,

    Ella Nielsen
    Membership & Engagement Manager
    American Solar Energy Society
    Boulder CO