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The final project meeting was organised by Deloitte Cyprus and it was an important step forward in promoting regional cross-border cooperation and exploring future initiatives.

The 3rd and final consortium meeting of the BERLIN project was held on July 12–13, 2023 in Cyprus. This meeting was organized and hosted by the Deloitte Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center participating in the project consortium and is leading the work package of communication activities of the project.

During the meeting, the partners reviewed the final steps in completing the project activities, such as data collection from the pilot installations, completion of trainings, and finalisation of the policy recommendations, among other things. Furthermore, the consortium thoroughly reviewed the project's achievements and challenges during its implementation, fostering insightful conversations. A productive session followed on the project’s potential for scalability and transferability, with the aim of maximizing the project's impact by replicating solutions in other regions and employing BERLIN's methodology.

In the framework of the last meeting, the final event of the project took place at the University of Cyprus. Guest speakers included the Rector of the University of Cyprus, Professor Tasos Christofidis; the Ambassador of Italy, Ms. Federica Ferrari Bravo; the Eastern Mediterranean Office Coordinator of the ENI CBC Med Program, Dr. Esmat AlKaradsheh; and the BERLIN Project Coordinator, Professor George E. Georghiou. The participants of the event had the opportunity to visit the FOSS Nanogrid-Living Lab and see it in operation, the concept of which is only found in a few systems worldwide!

You can access all BERLIN results through the project’s official website and social media (Facebook and Twitter).