Title: Introducing the importance of the new “green energy model” into school education.


Description/Goal: It is a European training project that aims to boost the acquisition of theoretical and practical skills as well as competences in the field of environmental sciences, specifically climate change, sustainability, renewable energies, energy storage systems (with an emphasis on hydrogen technologies) and the final applications of these technologies.

The Ciro project has been funded by the European program of the European Commission, Erasmus +. The project has been funded to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices, as well as the implementation of joint initiatives to promote cooperation, peer learning and the exchange of experiences at European level.

Project duration:  01/09/2018 –28/02/2021 (2 years and 5 months).

Budget: 237,582€.

Associates: The Ciro consortium is formed by schools, companies and technological centres of four different countries. Two schools out of three are Spanish and they are:  IES Diego de Guzmán (Huelva) and Colegio Jesús Nazareno (Madrid). The other school is the german school, Städtisches Heriburg- Gymnasium. Also, a British company specializing in Cyber ​​Coach Smart digital educational games, and two expert entities in renewable energy and energy storage, Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) in Greece and ARIEMA Energía y Medioambiente S.L. in Spain., the latter being the project coordinating partner.

Financing Body: ERASMUS + Programme 2017. European Comission