INGENIOUS Consortium Held seventh Workshop on Challenges in Energy Intensive Industries

Submitted by Anna Marytová on 27 April 2023


On 20th April, the INGENIOUS consortium organized its seventh workshop, focusing on the challenges and solutions available in the Energy Intensive Industries (EII). The workshop, titled "Towards a safer and more efficient Energy transition and to ensure the energy supply," was part of a series of eight meetings designed to address various topics related to EII.
Mrs. Ewa Rekosz from the Mazovia cluster ICT, the coordinator of the INGENIOUS project, moderated the workshop. She began by presenting the INGENIOUS project, followed by Mrs. Azucena Peréz from MI4, who discussed Innovation Grants and their conditions and requirements for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to apply.
Next, Mrs. Ludmila Shyyko from ECN S.A. discussed " RES-based heat and electricity generation system in Sokołow." Mr. Marek Zamojski from ASTOR Sp. z o.o. introduced " Predictive maintenance". The final presentation was from Mr. Jarosław Jasiński who introduced „Cybersecurity in industry“.
At the workshop's conclusion, Mrs. Ewa Rekosz invited all participants to attend the remaining workshops and encouraged them to follow INGENIOUS on social media.
The eighth workshop, dedicated to the challenge " New-to-firm solutions and business strategies to face the challenges to overcome the EU-external dependency," will take place on 27th April from 16:00 – 17:00.

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