Energy Innovation attended the annual international partner meeting for the T-shore project in Copenhagen, represented by our CEO, administrator, and project advisor from Norway

The Technical Educational Copenhagen (TEC) played host to the first two days and the program began with an introduction of the project’s scope, which seeks to establish private-public cooperation in education, research, and development focused on the offshore wind sector. The meeting also aimed to enhance existing regional partnerships through various strategies and activities. During the meeting, every partner had the opportunity to present their work packages and findings, fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing among all participants.

The highlight of the evening was a successful project launch of T-shore, which was an excellent opportunity for mingling with fellow industry leaders and engaging in insightful discussions about offshore wind.

The second day of the meeting started with the focus on financial reporting and how we address this in a shared vision. Then the CoVE’s (Centers of Vocational Excellens) introduced themselves and their respective regional captains. Our CEO Frank Emil Moen is representing Norway.

On the third day, T-shore attended the WindEurope2023 Annual Event, where several of our stakeholders presented and shared information about our project. The event was a great opportunity to connect with stakeholders from around the world, exchange ideas and experiences, and shape the future of renewable energy.

The positive feedback and interest generated by our project were truly humbling, and we are excited to continue working towards our vision of a greener, more sustainable future. Our participation in the event has reinforced our commitment to advancing global energy innovation and finding sustainable solutions to the world’s energy challenges.

Goals of T-shore

The main project goals are:

  1. Development and creation of a European network of VET schools and VET training centers in offshore wind energy.
  2. The establishment of strong links between businesses and VET providers and combining these stakeholders to meet the industry’s real skills and training needs.
  3. Defining a range of new competency profiles and developing advanced digital and evidence based educational training methods and materials in a work-based learning environment.


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