The SuPREME project twinned one of Poland’s most promising energy research centres, the Instytut Maszyn Przeplywowych Im Roberta Szewalskiego Polskiej Akademii Nauk (IMP-PAN) with needed expertise in Denmark (Aalborg University – AAU), the Netherlands (University Twente – UT), and Austria (European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance – eseia).

Focusing on needed knowledge transfer in integrating energy technologies, the project’s well-formulated mix of extended staff exchanges, joint work, and Summer Schools and other events created a long-lasting and effective partnership between 2015 and 2018 with a very significant impact on Poland’s energy systems infrastructure.

Project Implementation and Sustainability

Mobility was the main mechanism for knowledge transfer in SUPREME. The needed knowledge was transferred through a combination of short and long term staff exchanges, Summer Schools, technical site visits and other training events. Research collaboration between project partners was strengthened through joint publications and research project preparation, and created a long-lasting and effective partnership related to Poland’s energy systems infrastructure.

In total, eseia organised three Summer Schools during the lifetime of the SuPREME project, which aligned with larger EU strategies in Energy Transition to introduce sustainable systems based on RES in Poland. The three Summer Schools organised by eseia in Alborg (DK), Enschede (NL) and Jablonna (PO) have been fundamental activities for a smooth and valuable collaboration among institutions. SuPRME successfully involved several external partners.

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