2016 was a very successful year for eseia in many aspects. eseia invested heavily in her Education and Training Programme, and contributed to setting up two new and exclusive European Master Programmes through the BioEnergyTrain project. In addition to the already four projects that received funding in 2015, eseia was able to secure funding for the CESEPS project, funded under ERA-Net Smart Grid Plus. eseia also strengthened her international cooperation with EaP countries, and will focus in the future on regions outside Europe, such as Africa, Latin America and China, where eseia members have already started working on sustainable energy technologies.
Find out more by downloading the eseia Annual Report 2016.