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One month internship on "Development of indicator-based real-time pen stock condition monitoring system by the application of GIS and Cognitive tools"

Development of indicator-based real-time pen stock condition monitoring system by the application of GIS and Cognitive tools  Looking for a short-term internship that will help you develop cutting-edge skills? Look no further! We are excited to announce a new opportunity to work on the development of an indicator-based real-time pen stock condition monitoring system by the application of GIS and Cognitive tools. With a project duration of just one month, this is the perfect opportunity to gain valuable experience and solve problems from the comfort of your own home. You'll be guided by an experienced mentor and have access to the latest technologies to help you succeed. Don't miss out on this exciting chance to take your career to the next level. Apply now! Click to visit: http://energyinstyle.website

Short Term Internship on "Application of Nature-Based Optimization Techniques in Optimizing Water Used in Renewable Energy Systems"(online mode)

  Are you a student looking for a short-term online internship in the energy sector? Look no further than Energy in Style! This month, we are offering online internships for free. Our project title is "Application of Nature-Based Optimization Techniques in Optimizing Water Used in Renewable Energy Systems". It's an excellent opportunity to learn about optimizing water usage in renewable energy systems. Don't miss out on this chance to gain valuable experience in the energy sector. Enroll now for free at  https://lnkd.in/grwQeqcx .

Groundwater is nature's insurance; Swiss water battery to be the new source of renewable energy for Europe; Special Funding for island and remote area landscapes etc.

  The week is 5th to 12th July 2023. Latest News on Water and Energy Nexus "The National Sea Grant College Program and the Water Power Technologies Office announced projects in Alaska, Guam, and Hawaiʻi that will examine how the adoption of ocean renewable energy could support sustainable energy systems." "For island and remote communities in the United States, developing resilient electricity infrastructure and energy systems can be fraught with challenges. These locations often rely on expensive, unreliable energy systems that are vulnerable to volatile energy supplies and costs, natural disasters, and impacts from climate change. That’s why the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Sea Grant College Program, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office, is supporting three projects in Alaska, Guam, and Hawaiʻi that will examine how adoption of ocean renewable energy could support sustainable ener