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Master's Education on Smart Grid Technologies
The transnational movement towards a “Smarter Grid” can significantly increase the share of clean energy on the market. The MOST project aims to enable this transition by tackling the gap between academia and the job market. This will be achieved through the creation of a new targeted Master’s program on Smart Grid Technologies. This master’s program will cover all aspects of Smart Grid technology, ranging from the smart grid operation fundamentals to the smart grid integration. To enable the students to test their knowledge in a real-life environment, a living lab and a virtual smart grid lab will be developed.
Thanks to the development of this targeted and highly competitive study program, the project will contribute to bridging the gap between education and work. Indirectly, it will also help tackle the fast-rising youth unemployment and raise awareness of the value of renewable, PV and smart grid technology. The new Master’s program will be available at three leading universities around Europe - the University of Cagliari, the University of Cyprus, and the Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences in Greece.Find out more about the project.
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