Example of an Innovative Initiative for Education in Thermal Energy Storage: INPATH-TES Project
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Following the EC SET-Plan Education and Training Roadmap, the goal of INPATH-TES is to create a network of academia, research institutes and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to implement a joint PhD programme on Thermal Energy Storage (TES) technologies. The project consortium consists of
22 partners from academia, industry and SMEs from 14 different countries. The final result of such a network is to educate professionals on these technologies for the European research and industry institutions. Some of the main challenges identified so far consist of the development of the programme, the implementation of the programme in each country/institution, and to ensure the continuity of the programme after EU funding ends.
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