On May 27, HP4ALL, together with the BusLeague, Train4Sustain, nZEBRoadshow, and ProHeritage projects, organised a joint webinar entitled Sustainable Energy skills in the Construction sector, hosted by BUILD UP.
For one and a half hours, the sister projects discussed Best practices initiatives designed to increase skills in the construction sector, as well as Digital learning tools: gamification/apps for micro-learning and market development.
You can check here the video of the session.
On April 7 and 15, the HP4ALL consortium met online for the celebration of the steering committee to review the project progress in the eighth month since it kicked off.
During these two days, advancements on the heat pumps barriers and skills analysis were presented, as well as the progress on the surveys and questionnaires to training providers and end-users.
A brainstorming exercise was carried out to discuss the best approach to boost the heat pumps skills demand depending on the different pilot regions’ needs (Austria, Ireland, and Spain).
Likewise, the HP4ALL model replication around Europe was also addressed and will be part of a webinar session to be held on June 9 as part of the EU Green Week.
Finally, the most important actions in terms of communication were presented and the agenda for the coming months was showcased.
Interview with Iris Xhani, Project Manager at RINA Consulting
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Within the HP4ALL project, RINA Consulting aims to provide continuous support to the analysis conducted thanks to its expertise in the heat pumps (HP) field due to the participation in different European projects dealing with this technology.Read more