GEN-I and GEN-I Sonce with other consortium partners of the NEWCOMERS project share a common vision at the kick-off meeting in Ljubljana.
The NEWCOMERS kick-off meeting took place in Ljubljana last week. During the meeting, whose proud partners are also GEN-I and GEN-I Sonce, all 8 consortium partners from 6 EU countries (NL, UK, SE, SI, IT, DE) engaged in discussions on various work packages and related tasks of the project, with the aim of creating a common understanding of the work to be done in each work package, as well as the goals to be achieved in the project. The kick-off meeting was also dedicated to issues around communication, feasibilities of dissemination and exploitation of the project. By launching the project's website (https://www.newcomersh2020.eu) and establishing social media channels, the first results of the project were successfully implemented.
The consortium partners left the kick-off meeting with a joint vision for the project, a clear agenda for their next steps and heaps of enthusiasm about the project and contributions each of us can make to the green transition and decarbonisation of Europe.
The NEWCOMERS project (New clean energy communities in a changing European energy system) is an international project that received funding from the Horizon 2020 research and innovation program of European Union. The NEWCOMERS project will deliver practical recommendations on how European Union, as well as national and local governments can support new clean energy communities to help them grow and expand their potential benefits for their citizens and Energy Union, with its main focus on energy communities.