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2 - week summer university 12 - 23 july, 1999

Energy Policy for Economies in Transition: (De)Regulation for Development and the Environment.

Framework and debate on energy sector restructuring options for central and eastern European (CEE) economies, focusing on the future of nuclear power and its alternatives in the region, with a special emphasis on improving energy efficiency.

We invite applications from interested academics, policy-makers, NGO representatives, think-tanks, and related private sector representatives, who take part or interest in shaping energy policy in CEE.

Deadline: January 15,1999

The course is free of charge for professionals from CEE and from the former Soviet Union. They receive a grant to cover their costs such as travel, accommodation, and meals. Western participants have to pay a tuition cost of $200 per week. Limited number of tuition waivers are available for western participants.

More information: Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Central European University (CEU), Hungary, and William Golove, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA. c/o SUN CEU, Nádor u. 9, Budapest, Hungary 1051,
Tel: +36 13273069, 3273811,
fax: +36 1327 3124,

Central European University Summer University Hungary 1999