Three workshops organised by NEEMO Partners in Cyrpus, Austria and France. These workshops are open to MCAST academics, staff, early-stage researchers, students as well as other interested researchers from Malta.  Interested candidates are to contact the Project Manager with a proposed contribution three months before the workshop.

Second NEEMO Workshop

  • The second NEEMO workshop was organised by our partner French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA). It took place between the 6th till the 8th of July 2021 at at the INES site in Chambery, France.

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MCAST Energy Research Group has travelled to Chambery for the second NEEMO Workshop
Partners of NEEMO project finally met in person for the needs of the 2nd NEEMO workshop at CEA INES Facility in Chambery.
Philippe Marechal of CEA demonstrated during the NEEMO workshop, the LITEN’s smart grid platform, and the embedded energy management system for data analysis and Microgrid management for providing grid based services.
A few interesting Power Electronics activities were presented by Luis Alves Rodriguez during the second day of the NEEMO School, followed by their visit to their laboratory at CEA at Chambery. Their primary focus of work is the development of Advanced High Voltage Current Source Inverter Technology for grid integration.
Lab visits at CEA
Lab visits at CEA

First NEEMO Workshop

The first NEEMO workshop was organized online on the 12th of November 2020 by our partner, ANEL Cyprus.

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Dr Venizelos Efthymiou , Research Centre for Sustainable Energy; University of Cyprus.
Presented ” The European Directions for Sustainable Mobility and the EU member states – Public policies towards electric mobility”
Mr M. Petrakkas, Cyprus Energy Agency
Presented ” The Mediterranean case: EU Med Countries’ step towards Electric Mobility”
Dr C. Papadimitriou, Research Centre for Sustainable Energy; University Of Cyprus 
Presented “The Public Policies of Cyprus on Electric Mobility”
Dr B. Azzopardi, MCAST Energy Research Group
Presented “The Public Policies of Malta on Electric Mobility”