Dissemination of LEOPARD projects results and new achievments

Dissemination of LEOPARD projects results and new achievments

Dissemination of LEOPARD projects results and new achievments

On March 15th, LEOPARD consortium organized a webinar to disseminate the project’s progress. 74 people took part in this online workshop, which focused on the sizing of LEOPARD solutions, quality control of the installation and the opportunities for replication of the project. The replay of this event is available here (in french).

Furthermore, LEOPARD second pilot is soon to be finalized! Equipment are already installed and some first tests will be carried out during the following weeks. As a reminder, LEOPARD first pilot is up and running since September 2022. Here are some pictures of this new LEOPARD micro-grid:

Finally, LEOPARD partners will meet in Dakar beginning of July for their third in-person gathering. CT2S will host this mission with a programme mixed between meetings with local partners relevant for LEOPARD activities and intern workshops to prepare LEOPARD next steps. Among the discussions, the consortium will focus on the preparation of LEOPARD training activities.

The partners in the European LEOPARD project, of which MEDEE is a part, were pleased to host a webinar presenting the MemoGrid tool on Thursday 15 June 2023. The event was attended by 47 participants and provided an opportunity for technical discussions at the end of the session.

MemoGrid (Mutli-Energy Modeling for microGrids) is a digital tool developed since 2018 by EIFER – European Institute for Energy Research. It enables rapid technico-economic assessments as well as the design and optimisation of microgrids in order to achieve a minimum cost of electricity (LCOE – Levelized Cost of Energy), whether for a single system or multiple systems with the same boundary conditions.

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The LEAP-RE consortium gathers 83 African and European partners covering a wide range of sectors: education/research, private sector, policy and funding. Together, they are building a long-term partnership of African and European stakeholders committed to fostering research and innovation for the development of renewable energy.

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