Members of the European Erasmus Plus Project visit ISFOC

Members of the European Erasmus Plus Project have recently visited ISFOC. This Project is focused on teaching aspects related to renewable energies. Both teachers and researchers belong to 3 European universities ((Northumbria University at Newcastle, UK; Università Politecnica delle Marche at Ancona, Italy, and Castilla-La Mancha University at Ciudad Real, Spain) and to 5 Latin American universities (University Campus José Antonio Echeverría, CUJAE, at La Habana, and University of Oriente at Santiago de Cuba, Cuba; Federal University of Itajubá and Federal University at Bahía, Brasil; and University of Santander, Colombia).

This visit is part of the scheduled project meetings that professors and researchers of all these universities, whose scope of study of some of them is solar energy, have maintained throughout this week in Ciudad Real, being the visit to the ISFOC facilities and laboratories the final touch of this meeting.

Professors and researchers have had the opportunity to personally visit ISFOC technical facilities: both its worldwide pioneering CPV plants which have been in operation since 2008, and its climate laboratories totally equipped for the qualification of CPV and PV components together with Helios 3198 CPV solar simulator (S@V) available at ISFOC for the characterization and evaluation of technologies.

All the time, they have been accompanied by specialized engineers from the center who have been in charge of guiding them through the facilities. ISFOC technicians have also answered all the questions and doubts that have arisen regarding the technology. All this has taken place in a relaxed atmosphere where opinions and impressions have been shared with the participants of the visit, who have shown great interest in ISFOC activities.

For more information: http://www.isfoc.net/index.php/es/

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