On June 17 due to COVID-19 breakdown, the SPEEDIER consortium hosted virtually its third General Assembly meeting.
The project partners took a brief look back to see what has been achieved within the first twelve months of the project and despite the difficult times, there have been a great number of milestones accomplished!
With pleasure, the leaders of work package 2 (literature review and needs analysis) and 3 (needs and opportunities for SMEs) announced all their tasks have been completed (Public deliverables can be consulted here).
IERC, as Project Coordinator, did an overview of the project status to date, while TFC presented the risk mitigation actions update and standardization progress.
Sustainable Innovations, as Communication and Dissemination Managers showcased the KPIs already achieved in terms of website visits and social media performance and advanced the next steps to take regarding the sustainable business models.
Limerick Institute of Technology is already working hard to deliver the first training material content that will be soon made available on our website.
AEEPM explained the work already carried out in terms of SME and energy expert engagement in the four pilot regions of the project (Ireland, Italy, Romania, and Spain) and looked ahead on the next actions to be taken.
Corporación Tecnológica de Andalucía presented their plan for the coming months in terms of training the SPEEDIER experts and trainers, where an online workshop is foreseen.
Finally, Vertech Group, explained briefly how the SPEEDIER roadmap is progressing and how barriers in the replication of the SPEEDIER service could be overcome.
From their part, PCT Cartuja and Politecnico de Milano, as responsible for the engagement of Spanish and Italian SMEs, respectively, explained how this task is advancing. ITEC showed the Beta version of the SPEEDIER tool for energy management.