The 1st edition of the ESEIA Newsletter, an exclusive service to the ESEIA members, saw the light in February 2011. Although it has changed its appearance over the years, it continues to be published quarterly, featuring news from ESEIA and its members, project highlights, past and future events, and many other updates. To mark the 50th edition of the ESEIA Newsletter, we invite you to look back at our journey of collaboration and innovation, centred around the number five.
Five Working Groups Driving the Alliance
The ESEIA Working Groups (WGs) are the driving force of our organisation. The five WGs, made up of around 300 experts across our membership, bring their knowledge and experience to help deliver the European Green Deal and its Fit for 55 targets: WG 1 Bioresources, Biobased Economy and Bioresource Utilization; WG 2 Energy Transition in Urban Regions; WG 3 Smart Energy Materials; WG 4 Governance, Business Models and Legal Frameworks; and WG 5 Education and Training.
Five Coordinators Leading Collaborative R&I Projects
When it comes to innovation, collaboration is key. That is why we have decided to put the spotlight on five coordinators for their exceptional dedication and efforts in leading project proposals for EU funding that have or could have led to notable achievements: Nicolas Jarraud, Global Water Partnership, SW (prior at The Cyprus Institute, CY); Goran Krajacic; UNIZAG FSB, HR; Ana Machado, NOVA, PT; H. Himanshu, TH Köln, DE; and Fabio Montagnino, The Cyprus Institute, CY.
Five Projects Boosting Impact Generation
ESEIA and its members’ commitment to fostering sustainable energy systems innovation has resulted in successful projects with impactful results, including EMERGE (introduction of clean energy technologies in Africa), RE4Industry (supporting a renewable energy transition for industry), BioEnergyTrain (creation of post-graduate level curricula in key bioenergy disciplines), PHOENIX (promotion of international and cross-sector collaboration), and SuPREME (twinning for a sustainable, proactive research partnership in distributed energy systems).
Interested in learning more? Explore the preview of the 50th edition of the ESEIA Newsletter here.
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