The Portuguese Knowledge Centre


The Knowledge Centre has been making systematic efforts to foster cooperation and build alliances with universities, regional agencies, national institutions, energy associations and chambers which can benefit from SHERLOCK's training courses.  

Furthermore, the involvement of civil society organisations is crucial for consultation and further promotion of the project's training programmes. 


  • Foster dialogue and expertise sharing among students, sector professionals, businesses, civil society, and educational institutions, creating a collaborative space for knowledge exchange.
  • Disseminate project information, objectives, and outcomes to stakeholders, civil society, and interested parties, ensuring widespread awareness and understanding.
  • Facilitate collaborations, networking, and synergies among students, sector professionals, businesses, educational institutions, and civil society, promoting mutual growth and advancement within the sector.

Team members

Discover our National Knowledge Centres

Italian KC

Led by UNIGE

Lithuanian KC

Led by LEI

Irish KC

Led by NUIM

Slovakian KC

Led by STUBA

Greek KC

Led by EELI

Spanish KC


Latest News & Events

Successful completion of the SHERLOCK co-creation workshops

February 8, 2024
We are excited to announce the successful completion of the SHERLOCK project's co-creation workshops. Held in Ireland, Italy, and Portugal, these workshops engaged local experts from academia, the energy sector, and the building and retrofitting industries to gather insights and expectations for the project’s learning programs.

SHERLOCK and RES4CITY to participate in EUSEW

May 21, 2024
We are excited to announce that our innovative EU-funded projects, RES4CITY and SHERLOCK, will be co-participating in the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in Brussels from June 11-13, 2024.

A recap of SHERLOCK three co-creation workshops

April 30, 2014
The first three co-creation workshops, held in Slovakia, Greece, and Spain, involved professionals from various sectors to identify training needs and educational opportunities for upskilling and reskilling. Coordinated by partner organisations, these workshops engaged experts from industries, financial institutions, educational institutions, and associations, providing valuable insights and engagement.
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