In response to the threat of climate change and the global challenges in the Energy sector, countries around the world have pledged to invest in low-carbon energy. Renewable energy technologies, storages, smart electric grids, energy efficiency and more, are some of the key segments which will help in massive decarburization.


By establishing the Knowledge and Innovation Centres (KIC) the existing institutional capacities of the HEIs will be increased with aim to create conditions for implementation of the knowledge triangle activities. KICs will provide space where ideas, skills, and knowledge from different partners in the field of energy can be transferred effectively to the innovation.


The Knowledge Triangle (KT) highlights the importance of jointly fostering research, education and innovation, and of paying due attention to the linkages between them. University actors in the KT are at the core of the innovation web, where enhanced capacities, high degree of integration and leadership are prerequisites for scaling up innovation performance.

Knowledge Transfer

Companies will gain new partners/knowledge in solving their challenges, though the knowledge transfer and collaborative projects. This will improve their position on the market, which will further lead to new job opportunities, and will allow them to provide innovative products and services addressing current and future societal needs.

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BHAAAS 2023 conference at International Burch University

During the highly anticipated BHAAAS 2023 conference, which took place from June 1st to June 4th, 2023 at International Burch University, where Kalcea Project and its various activities to an esteemed audience were presented. The event drew in representatives from renowned universities such as the University of Tuzla, Sarajevo, and Mostar, enhancing the significance and […]


On 03.06.2023, IEEE event and Launch of the KALCEA Project courses was organized to bring together passionate individuals from various fields at IBU. Distinguished speakers from IEEE and IBU shared their insights and vision for the future of education and innovation. Their knowledge and expertise left everyone in awe and fueled our excitement for the […]

UNMO Study visit

On May 29th., as part of the implementation of professional courses (Hybrid Energy Systems of Renewable Energy Sources and Heat Pumps) at UNMO, a study visit was held to Hydroelectric Power Plants on the Neretva River as well as to the Podveležje Wind Park, with which UNMO has close cooperation. The participants of the courses […]