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On July 1, 2020, ASU organized a ZOOM Meeting-seminar with representatives of company LeXsolar (Germany) on the topic “Renewable Energy Equipment for Education”.

At the seminar, company representatives introduced participants to new Equipment developments in renewable energy education. Representatives of Uzbek universities appreciated the equipment of LeXsolar, purchased with funds from the RENES project. Issues of further cooperation of Uzbek universities with LeXsolar… Read More »On July 1, 2020, ASU organized a ZOOM Meeting-seminar with representatives of company LeXsolar (Germany) on the topic “Renewable Energy Equipment for Education”.

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A consortium universities of RENES project have developed a new project proposal “ENhacing Governance and innovation capacities of Institutional and National authorities to modernize the higher Education System” – ENGINES and has submit proposal to the ERASMUS + 2020  call.

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Urgench State University establish Collaboration with the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) in Modelling and Research of Solar Cells.

Urgench State University establish Collaboration with the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) in Modelling and Research of Solar Cells. The professor uf the University of Santiago de Compostella (Spain) Antonio Garcia Lourero visited Urgench State University from 05/29/2019 to… Read More »Urgench State University establish Collaboration with the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) in Modelling and Research of Solar Cells.

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In November 2018, a training seminar was held at the RENES laboratory at the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

for young teachers and university students on the problem of training renewable energy sources and a sustainable environment. Experienced TTPU teachers were involved in the seminar. The main attention was paid to the development of laboratory experiments, the use of… Read More »In November 2018, a training seminar was held at the RENES laboratory at the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent