The Danish technical University (DTU), Copenhaggen Infrastructure Parters (CIP) and National Taiwan University (NTU) have entered a memorandum of understanding regarding a new master's program in offshore wind energy, writes DTU in a press statement. This cooperation entails the development of an offshore wind program at NTU as well as the establishment of a dedicated online course meant for accommodating sustained vocational training requirements.
"We have been in contact with NTU and CIP for about six months, and now we are ready to continue on in creating the demanded courses. We are, of course, very proud that NTU and CIP asked us to help them,” writes DTU Lector in wind energy Niels-Erik Clausen in a statement.
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