BERLIN 4th newsletter
BERLIN consortium published the 4th project newsletter with all relevant project developments.
Deloitte as a member of the consortium of the BERLIN project collaborated closely with project partners in order to overcome the obstacles set by the COVID-19 situation and achieve the project objectives.
During this period, the technical preparation of the pilots in the four countries needed to launch the public procurement processes in relation to the purchase and installation of all the necessary equipment and turnkey solutions was completed. The public procurements in Italy and Greece were completed and the installation of the equipment is almost done. In Cyprus the procurement is closed, and the selection of the tenderer is on-going, while in Israel the procurement announcements are also under way.
In addition to the pilot phase, the smart online tool for integrated energy systems in buildings is completed. The tool helps building owners or managers to achieve energy self-sufficiency of buildings exploiting photovoltaics, energy storage and demand-side management.
Lastly, the 2nd IUPVMED Hub meeting took place in February 2022. The overall impression of the meeting was positive, and partners are going to work on the position paper, while at the same time continue the collaboration between the Hub members and consortium members.
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