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Client

Leonardo da Vinci, Transfer of Innovation
Lónyay u. 31
1093
Budapest
Hungary

Information

The project arose from the experience gained in another project funded by the EC funded the Leonardo da Vinci Programme: HYPOS-DILETR “Distance Learning Structure on the Design and Operation of Hybrid Power Systems”, in which distance learning programme on the design, operation and supervision of HPS was realised due to the need of such missing training throughout Europe.
HUN-HYPOS aims at strengthening of the Hungarian energy expertise related to the technologies and best practices in renewable energy sector by providing a nationalised distance learning curriculum.
The objective of the project is to ensure improved and high quality Hybrid Power Systems by providing Hungarian professionals, the targeted sector – energy planners, decision makers, engineers working in power production and distribution and the technical staff of local and regional energy agencies – with a comprehensive, specialised training programme, designed to be as flexible as possible to meet the training needs and requirements of both the individual training participants and the organisations they represent.
The project aims also to establish co-operation between different partners to capitalize and disseminate shared experience. The intention is to adapt and transfer avail-able international experiences, methods, and practices, and to stimulate an effective co-operation between different areas, including the private and the public.

Description of actual services provided by the staff within the assignment:

As the key output from this project the adapted version of the structured distance learning courses, on two levels will be available for Hungarian professionals:

  • Course for HPS-planners: persons with a bachelor degree and relevant working experience (e.g. energy planners, policy makers, regional development responsible etc.)
  • Course for HPS-designers: persons with a diploma in engineering sciences
  • International dissemination activities
  • Know-how transfer