United Kingdom

United Kingdom

CREST runs an MSc course in renewable energy technologies

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The recently established Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST) in Loughborough is to run an MSc course in renewable energy technologies from October 1994. The course will cover renewables generally with an emphasis on electricity generation. The centre, which is part of Loughborough University, was set up to undertake education and research into renewable energy, thanks to an endowment by local businessman Tony Marmont, who owns a major stake in Carter Wind Turbines.

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