30 November 2021
EIT InnoEnergy and the Hungarian Ministry of Innovation and Technology have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 29 November 2021 to reskill and upskill thousands of workers for the Hungarian battery and electro-mobility industries in the coming years.
Hungary, which is the 10th largest exporter of electric batteries in the world and has significant automotive manufacturing capacities, expects to see a surge in the need for trained and skilled professionals in the battery and electromobility sectors. EIT InnoEnergy will help to set up a battery-industry oriented training and education programme in Hungary via creating a framework for collaboration under the EBA250 Battery Academy© model.
EIT InnoEnergy is the innovation engine for sustainable energy across Europe supported by the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union.
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