On September 4, 2019, an excursion of participants in the energetics course took place in the AdMaS Center. The course’s target group are young employees under 35 years of age. During different courses they learn how to uncover energy saving reserves, optimize processes or implement energy-saving measures in the company, thereby contribute to better climate protection.
The organizer of the event, the Czech-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, chose the AdMaS Center not only with regard to its current activities in the area, but also to the technical and technological background of the Center. Supervisors of the EGAR Research Group, Dr. Tomáš Chorazy, Dr. Miroslav Čekon, Dr. Jakub Raček and Ing. Kristýna Velikovská, gradually presented the activities of the center in the field of alternative energy use, eg. Selected technologies and construction elements of buildings leading to energy independence, Gray water recycling for reuse and Recovery of thermal energy from waste water. With respect to the presented topics, there was also an excursion in the AdMaS center and demonstration of individual technologies. The activities of the individual research groups were briefly presented, with an emphasis on the possibilities of comprehensive solutions to problems in the field of construction and resource utilization.
The excursion at the AdMaS Center took place as a practical part of the training in the Young Energy Europe project. This is funded through the European Climate Protection Initiative (EUKI). EUKI is a financial instrument of the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU). The main objective of the EUKI is cooperation within the European Union that will support the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and intensify dialogue and exchange of knowledge and experience within Europe under the Paris Agreement.