Back in 1997, Wired magazine picked the date 2020 as the year when “humans arrive on Mars”. If ever asked, we possibly would have guessed that we would all be eating synthetic food pills, being served by robot butlers and travel in flying cars.
The Hungarian ArchEnerg Cluster welcomed its project partners in Szeged on 25-26 March 2019. The mutual project SCOBE focuses on the creation of two online training courses in the field of wind energy. The participants of this Erasmus Plus programme are: Vea Qualitas (Spain), Acrosslimits Ltd. (Malta), MAICH (Greece), GMI (France), Accentuate (North East) Limited (UK) and ArchEnerg Cluster (Hungary). Unfortunately, GMI was unable to be present at the meeting but its representative joined the team via skype for a while.