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The European Union adopted the climate change package in 2008 with the following objectives to be fulfilled by 2020: The greenhouse gas emissions shall be reduced by at least 20 % as opposed to 1990, the Emissions Trading Directive shall be amended, and the percentage of renewable energies shall be increased to 20 % of the EU's energy consumption.

The national programmes are based on detailed needs analyses, to which our project refers. Moreover, they take into account the emergence and actual usage of renewable energies and confirm that the effective service capacity in the fields of solar energy, photovoltaic, solar heat and wind is only exploited at small scale as opposed to the energy sources water and biomass. To compensate for this deficit and to increase the share of renewable energies in the overall energy consumption, investment, technical know-how and in particular well-trained specialists are needed.

The planned transfer and the implementation of its results by the inclusion of the policy level in the partners' countries open up new training and working opportunities for entire professional groups, which have stood open for the same professional groups in Western Europe for many years. It will help to close the existing gap in the vocational education systems fast, and will contribute to the implementation of EU resolutions under consideration of national conditions.

In this project, AFBB is responsible for the introduction and implementation of ECVET instruments and principles. On this basis, transnational mobility of trainees and experts as well as lifelong learning, which is crucial for this sector, shall be promoted sustainably.

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