eACCESS: EU-Asia Collaboration for aCcessible Education in Smart Power Systems

eACCESS project will fill knowledge and skill deficit in the area of modern power system of the identified countries through knowledge dissemination, skill development and capacity building. These countries are facing challenges in supporting power and energy requirements due to lack of leadership, knowledge and facilities to develop skill personal in this region. eACCESS will mainly target this challenges and offer required solutions through collaboration with local universities.


StoRES aims to increase the PV penetration in the energy mix of islands and rural areas in the MED by integrating PV and energy storage systems under an optimal market policy by removing the constraints of grid reliability.


MEnS is a project conceived in order to provide and enhance the NZEB skills of building managers such as engineers and architects through a series of accredited training activities developed by 9 universities and 3 market players.