Maia Taqa meetings

  • Maia Taqa 1st Meeting

On 2nd and 3rd of October a delegation from the College of International Transport and Logistics, Dr. Sara Elzarka and Dr. Sandra Haddad, represented the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) in the kick-off meeting of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all) which was held in Athens. ENICBC MED program (cross-border cooperation in the Mediterranean area) for a total amount of approximately 3.1 million euro. AASTMT is one of the Egyptian project’s partners.
The project involves 6 countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan) and 8 partners (research centers, chambers of commerce, SME).
MAIA-TAQA will address the issue of the demand for efficiency services of renewable energy resources in the southern Mediterranean area countries in order to hold the pressure on the environment and strengthen the energy supply.
The project will therefore aim to stimulate innovation processes capable of identifying needs, structuring creative solutions and supporting their diffusion in the local market.
To this end, 3 pilot interventions will be tested in 3 countries (Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan) where innovative services will be applied to different technologies (micro grid, photovoltaic, energy storage, solar thermal technologies and water purification services).
The partners will develop solutions aimed at overcoming the barriers identified by the project: capacity development program (to overcome the lack of skills) innovation desk (due to lack of information) guidelines (due to lack of regulation) vouchers (due to lack of funding) and targeted B2B events (due to lack of matchmaking).
The main final beneficiaries are SMEs, in particular those engaged in the environmental, collective water and waste management, energy and construction sectors. As part of the project, Quipo will be the partner responsible for coordinating the activities for the implementation of pilot projects in the territories aimed at testing innovative solutions.

 

  • Maia Taqa 2nd Meeting





































Extending to meetings of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all) with a delegation from the College of International Transport and Logistics, Dr. Sara Elzarka and Dr. Sandra Haddad, represented the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) as one of #maiataqa partners and technical team members in a conference call, July 6 2020, discussing the WP3 development of sustainable services in the MED area. The conference reviewed the detailed plan of actions and the existing reports and assessment concerning the two ed RE services in the 3 country pilots (Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt).
  • MAIA-TAQA project 1st year financial audit meeting

Extending to meetings and following up of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all)- AASTMT College of International Transport and Logistics, Dr. Sandra Haddad and her team undertaking 1st year`s financial audit with the external auditor on the 24th of September 2020

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  • AASTMT team meeting working on MAIA TAQA project

 

Extending to meetings of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all), AASTMT team meeting working on WP3 RE market assessment for Maia-Taqa Project. 

  • AASTMT participated in key Steering Committee meeting.

Extending to meetings of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all), AASTMT participated in key Steering Committee meeting on 10th of February for Maia-Taqa Project.
  • Maia-Taqa’s team met to prepare the consortium consensus in critical aspects


























      Extending to meetings of the MAIA-TAQA cooperation project (Mobilizing new Areas of Investments and together aiming to increase quality of life for all) with a delegation from the College of International Transport and Logistics, Dr. Sandra Haddad, represented the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) as one of #maiataqa partners and technical team members in a conference call,
      Maia-Taqa’s team met to prepare the consortium consensus in critical aspects of the vouchers call, as eligible criteria, ion criteria and services to be covered by the vouchers call.

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