By Stephen Hardy, Anubhav Jain, Motaz Ayiad, Jovana Dakic, Davide Pinzan & Gayan Abeynayake
Europe's power system is undergoing significant change as it strives to meet its ambitious climate targets and mitigate the effects of global warming – moving from high carbon to low carbon renewable energy. This is a monumental task requiring, not just new technology, but a new generation of highly skilled specialists to boot! InnoDC is a collection of 16 organisations from academia and industry located throughout Europe and China.
This creates an ideal environment of knowledge and experience to support 14 researchers pursuing PhDs in renewable energy. They are looking at how to integrate the latest technology into offshore wind and HVDC grids; their work is divided into the following three areas, illustrated by their initials in the graphic below.
Project Manager: Manon Davies
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InnoDC has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 765585