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Release date- 19022014 - The scholarships, delivered by the
Students can choose courses in areas such as renewable energy, sustainable energy systems, environment and biodiversity, clean coal technologies, emissions management, energy efficiency and storage, electric vehicles and smart grids.
'We're delighted that the
'Their generosity and foresight in providing these scholarships will ensure that the very brightest students can pursue this crucial field of study in the best possible academic environment. Funding the next generation of sustainable energy practitioners will benefit universities, businesses and wider society.'
Marina Montero CarerroMarina Montero Carerro (pictured left) was awarded a grant in 2010 for an MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures. After graduating from Imperial she went on to work at LSE and the
'I knew that if I really wanted to make a contribution to the energy world through my work, I had to better understand the links between energy technology, economics and policy.
'My time at Imperial was an amazing experience - the multidisciplinary aspect of the programme and the diverse and international student community at the College made me realize how important it is to think outside the box and consider different perspectives when approaching the complex challenges faced by the energy industry.'
The grants, which form part of a
Scholarship applications for the forthcoming academic year opened on Monday 3 February and close on Thursday 3 April.
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