Second SAVE² Workshop on October 8th

The SAVE² cooperation goes into the second round with a joint online workshop on October 8th. Partners are Offenburg University, the Cadi Ayyad University Marrakech, the Ibn Zohr University Agadir and the Institut de Recherche en Energie Solaire et Energies Nouvelles (IRESEN) in Rabat.

Students with solar system

SAVE² goes back to the student initiative green:light, which is installing solar systems together with Moroccan partners.

This second workshop will further explore cooperation opportunities in the fields of solar energy, innovative building technology, hydrogen technologies and long-term storage, smart grids, electromobility, energy management and education. The main objective is to bring together the right people with common interests and give them plenty of opportunity to exchange ideas. The second workshop will also present the activities and achievements of the program so far, offer opportunities for future cooperation, continue the discussion between the scientists involved in the program and establish new contacts for the Moroccan-German partnership and cooperation.
SAVE² stands for "Moroccan-German University Alliance for Sustainable Added Value Creation through Education and Intelligent Energy" and is a project within the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM for Students - BWS plus, a program of the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung. The project is supported for three years.
A special feature is the intended social dimension of the cooperation by trying to realize technology demonstrators at Moroccan aid organizations and to support the institutions, for example, with PV battery systems with innovative energy management. This approach goes back to the student GREENLIGHT initiative, which primarily supports the rural population of Morocco, for example through solar systems that are installed together with Moroccan partners. During the first SAVE² workshop a memorandum of understanding for joint activities in teaching and research between the University of Applied Sciences Offenburg and IRESEN was signed.

About the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM
The Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM promotes the international exchange of qualified students and young professionals. Since 2001 more than 20 000 young people from Baden-Württemberg have been able to gain experience abroad or young people from abroad have spent some time in Baden-Württemberg. Every year, about 1500 scholarships are awarded within the framework of the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM.
The Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM program for students - BWS plus
With the BWS plus program, the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung supports innovative cooperation between universities and other international institutions. The program, which is endowed with approximately 1.2 million euros annually, was announced for the first time in 2011. Since then, more than 70 BWS plus projects at Baden-Württemberg universities have been supported.

The Baden-Württemberg Stiftung is committed to a lively and liveable Baden-Württemberg. It paves the way for cutting-edge research, a wide range of educational measures and responsible interaction with our fellow human beings. The Baden-Württemberg Stiftung is one of the largest operative foundations in Germany. It is the only one that invests exclusively and non-partisan in the future of Baden-Württemberg - and thus in the future of its citizens.