July 3-5, 2024 – Valencia, Spain.

July 3-5, 2024 – Valencia, Spain.

SEED, International Conference on
Sustainable Energy Education

Improving professional practice through regional cooperation

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July 3-5, 2024

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July 3-5, 2024

Please mark your calendar for the International Conference on Sustainable Energy Education hosted in Valencia, Spain, July 3-5, 2024, bringing together researchers, academics, and practitioners worldwide.


The conference

SEED conference is the international forum to establish the global learning community to exchange knowledge, provide opportunities and ultimately develop a shared vision of Sustainable Education. SEED aims to appeal to all the stakeholders, such as academia, vocational education & training, industry, public authorities, public entities, NGOs, and foundations.

Topics of interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topic areas:

Good practices related to:

  • Renewable energy sources and their development, use, and impact
  • Development and use of electric vehicles and the connection to the economy and the environment
  • Efficient use of energy technologies for conservation and reduction of waste
  • Nature-Based Solutions (NBS)
  • Circular Economy models
  • The science of energy, forms of power, and energy transformations
  • Generation and transmission of electricity
  • Climate science
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy Storage
  • Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, and Fluid Dynamics
  • Thermodynamic Optimization and Exergy Analysis
  • Emerging Energy Technology
  • Combined and Co-generation Energy Systems
  • Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Systems
  • Hydrogen
  • Living labs
  • Climate-neutral and smart cities

Good practices related to:

  • Traineeships & apprenticeships
  • Energy career and workforce development in the energy industry
  • Synthesis of energy information
  • HUBS in sustainable energy
  • Skill needs of the labor market
  • Career counseling
  • Internship programs
  • Workplace learning
  • Employability
  • Entrepreneurship education
  • University-Industry-Government partnership
  • Patents & technology transfer
  • Technology transfer models between university and society
  • Energy policy and planning

Good practices related to:

  • Financing models
  • Financial tools
  • Financing partnerships in energy
  • Business models for energy education
  • University spin-offs

Good practices related to:

  • Competency-based learning and skill assessment
  • Education accreditation, quality, and assessment
  • Innovative materials and new tools for teaching
  • Teaching and learning experiences
  • Educational technology (e.g., virtual labs, e-learning)
  • Evaluation and assessment of student learning
  • Emerging technologies in learning (e.g., MOOC, OER, gamification)
  • Scientific and research education
  • Experiences outside the classroom (e.g., practicums, mobility)
  • New teaching/learning theories and models
  • Globalization in education and education reforms
  • Education economics
  • Entrepreneurship and learning for employment
  • Citizen science for sustainable education


Participants from all over the world are expected to present their latest and unpublished research findings. The program committee encourages the submission of extended abstracts that communicate applied and empirical findings of interest to both higher education and vocational education & training professionals.

Location: UPV

The SEED conference will be held on July 3-5 2024, and hosted by the Faculty of Business Administration and Management of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), which has been recently ranked as the best technical university in Spain by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2022.


Discover Valencia

Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain and is located on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital city of the Comunitat Valenciana region, a vibrant city that welcomes you in summer.

Any Questions?

In case of questions related to the conference, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.


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This project has received funding from the European Union’s EACEA.A – Erasmus+, EU Solidarity Corps under grant agreement No 101056147


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