The project “Energy-efficient systems based on renewable energy for Arctic conditions (EFREA)” has been launched on 1.11.2018 after the executive order received by lead partner.
Overall objective of the project:
To increase the level of education among young and elderly people and to guarantee skilled workforce
Specific objective of the project:
1. To educate students and company employers in the field of renewable energy and arctic engineering by using blended learning (interactive online tool, lectures, academic mobility and seminars);
2. To increase scientific knowledge and develop new technology for wind generators in the Arctic by developing guidelines and recommendations for wind energy structures and its manufacturing methods.
The project brief information:
Duration: 36 months
Total costs of the project: 1350000 €
Priority: 2. Innovative, skilled and well-educated area
Thematic objective: Support to education, research, technological development and innovation
Lead partner: Lappeenranta University of Technology LUT (South Karelia, Finland)
Partner: Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Partner: National Research Centre “Kurchatov Institute” Federal State Unitary Enterprise Academician I.V. Gorynin Central Research Institute of Structural Materials Prometey (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
The project team is exited and ready to work hard to achieve the ambitious project goals!
More information on the official Cross-Border Cooperation webpage: https://www.sefrcbc.fi/energy-efficient-systems-based-on-renew/